PRLog (Press Release)
- Aug. 2, 2011 -
Subject: Please Consider: VandM Presents Four Famed Photojournalists in Online Exhibit and Sale Curated by Robert McNeely
FOUR FAMED PHOTOJOURNALISTS PRESENT WORKS SELECTED BY
FORMER WHITE HOUSE PHOTOGRAPHER ROBERT MCNEELY
VandM.com Launches Exclusive Curated Photography Sale
Spotlighting American Photojournalists
Available Only at VandM.com
CUBA by Hector Emanuel
For Immediate Release:
New York (August 2, 2011) VandM.com http://designintell.vandm.com/people/curators/photography...
presents an exclusive online photography sale showcasing rarely seen original works by four of the country’s leading photojournalists. This photography show is the first in a series of online photography sales ((http://www.vandm.com
) VandM will produce in conjunction with renowned guest curators.
Over eighty black-and-white and color photographs, many never seen before, from renowned photojournalists Hector Emanuel, Ed Keating, Joe McNally and Robert McNeely will be available for online purchase for one month only, exclusively on VandM.com (http://www.vandm.com)
. This selling exhibition was organized in collaboration with guest curator Robert McNeely, the official White House photographer during the Clinton Administration.
“We are excited to launch our first online photography sale, and thrilled that it is curated by such an important photographer as Robert McNeely,” says Bill Indursky, Co-Founder of VandM.
All photographs will be sold in editions of 50 and will come with a certificate of authenticity signed by each photographer. Competitively priced from $600-$3000, photos come unframed and printed on archival paper in formats from 11x14 to 24x36. The exhibit will also include historical details, artist information, and artist statements.
About the Photojournalists
Hector Emanuel (http://www.hectoremanuel.com)
, who was acclaimed by the World Press Photo Foundation for his documentation of the civil conflict in Colombia, will be showcasing a selection of photography from Colombia, Cuba, and other socially and politically charged nations. Emanuel is a Peruvian-born photojournalist who focuses on social and political issues in Latin America and the US. His photographs have been widely exhibited and he regularly contributes to TIME, Newsweek, Men's Journal, Washington Post Sunday Magazine, as well as the American Red Cross and Amnesty International.
Edward Keating (http://www.edwardkeating.com)
inspired by the aesthetic of Robert Frank, will present photographs of iconic New York scenes he shot while driving a NYC cab. He is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist and was a staff photographer for The New York Times for 11 years. His "New York City" images have been exhibited at Leica Gallery in New York and most recently at the Pingyao International Photography Festival in Pingyao, China. In 1992, he began photographing for "Vows," the weekly wedding column for The New York Times. His work at the Times led him to cover diverse subject matter including "Race in America," a view of a pork processing plant in North Carolina for which he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and a cross-country view of Route 66.
Joe McNally (http://portfolio.joemcnally.com)
was voted one of the 100 Most Important People in Photography by American Photo as well as one of the 30 most influential photographers of the decade by Photo District News. McNally will be showcasing never-before-
seen landscapes, many of which were photographed while on assignment for leading publications including LIFE AND TIME. His career spans over 30 years and he has shot cover stories for Fortune, Newsweek, and The New York Times Magazine. He is currently a 23-year contributor to the National Geographic.
Robert McNeely (http://www.robertmcneely.com)
is the curator of the inaugural collection of photographs for VandM (http://www.vandm.com)
. He is most famous for his work as President Clinton's official White House photographer from 1992 to 1998. He will be offering candid street photographs taken while traveling the world on assignment. Robert's interest in photography began while serving in the US Army during the Vietnam War. His fascination with politics began in 1972 when he was hired as staff photographer on the “McGovern for President” campaign. In 1977 he entered the White House as a staff photographer to cover Vice President Mondale. In 1992 he became the campaign photographer for Bill Clinton and moved to the White House with Clinton as his personal photographer, where he documented the president’s life until 1998. His work with President Clinton was published in the book "The Clinton Years."
Please contact Stuart Cohen email@example.com or Talis Lin firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about this exhibit, high res images, or to interview the participating photographers and curators.
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