Arnold’s series “The Art of Abandoment” has taken him to a host of dream-like places, from empty and decaying castles to haunted looking asylums.
When the latest copy of Architectural Digest arrived, the feature about photographer Clifford Ross immediately caught my eye.
Earlier this year, Taschen released a book of Annie Leibovitz’s photography that is simply epic in scale.
I was first introduced to Ben Ham’s photography when three large pieces of his work were installed in a client’s double story entry.
My favorite black and white photographs have to be those of iconic celebrities.
I first saw some of Bob Tabor’s photographs at Samuel Owen Gallery, which led me to look into his work. His seascape photography in particular really struck a chord with me.
I fell in love with Peter Beard’s photography when I saw his work in a client’s home.
I was at the Samuel Owen Gallery in Greenwich recently where the incredible photography of Lisa Cueman caught my eye.
Photographer Michael Dweck often turns his lens toward Montauk, NY.
From February 3 through March 31, Anne Loucks Gallery in Glencoe, IL (20 miles North of Chicago) will be running an exhibition titled Photography 2012: Through the Lens.