Be sure to check out the 8 page story in the new issue of Rangefinder Magazine. They have done a wonderful feature on my Behind Photographs Project. Special thanks to Bill Hurter for the support. You can view the article as a PDF on their website http://www.rangefindermag.com/storage/articles/RF0709_Mantoani_Brownstein.pdf
Wow! Thanks to everyone that made it out for the MOPLA show for the opening, what an amazing night. The show will be up all of April and I hope to be doing a lecture at the show on the 21st, so stay tuned for an update. Check the MOPLA website for hours for the Pacific Design Center gallery B210.
Thanks to the fine folks at MOPLA (Month of Photography LA) and the Lucie Foundation, I will be showing about 30 of my 20x24 Polaroid portraits of photographers at the Pacific Design Center during April. The opening reception is on April 7th from 6-9 and is open to the public. Thanks again to all of the photographers and people to have helped support this project to date. I now have over 100 photographers recorded for this project and hope to have a book out in 2010. Hope to see you in LA.
I am proud to say my Behind Photographs project is featured in the new issue of Communication Arts. It has been a little over two years that I have been working on this project. A special thanks to Anne Telford for the great article and six page spread. Pick up the March/April - 50th Anniversary Issue!
While shooting an assignment for Dodge, the art director found out about my 1956 Chrysler, Windsor, Town and Country Wagon and asked if they could feature me in Forward Magazine.
Here is the link to a radio interview with Scott Sheppard on Inside Analog Photo. Scott interviewed me for Rangefinder Magazine's radio show last month and was kind enough to invite me for another show about my "Behind Photographs" project where I am shooting portraits of photographers on 20x24 Polaroid. I will be back in New York shooting again during Photo Plus and will be back with an update. Thanks for reading.
New York, New York - Last week marked the grand opening of the flagship boutique and gallery for 7 For All Mankind. My 'Behind Photographs' project was selected to be the first exhibit at this location. The opening for their first NYC location was kicked off with a VIP cocktail Soiree hosted by Vogue and Grey Goose. NYC nightlife aficionado DJ Paul Sevigny was at the turntable for the packed house. The work will be up for the next 30 days at 394 West Broadway. Special thanks to the amazing crew at 7FAM and Vogue for putting on such a great event, Chrome Photo Lab in San Diego and ZBE Chromira for the amazing prints.
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