photokunst specializes in marketing fine art photography to galleries, museums, publishers and collectors worldwide. photokunst projects vary in subject matter from photojournalism to global human rights topics, the environment, and other cause-oriented subjects.
photokunst’s consulting services incorporate photographers’ career development as well as managing the projects of the individual photographer, including content rich books, from initial conception to final placement, collections and exhibitions, development of gallery relations, licensing and marketing.
photokunst works closely with clients, as literary agents with ties to international publishers, throughout all the phases of creating high quality photography books. We assist with exhibition development — from conception of ideas to the creative logistics, production, and identifying museums and galleries globally. photokunst has excellent contacts to NGOs, and the ability to connect projects with potential partnering institutions.
photokunst offers artistic integrity, individual service, extensive expertise, and wide-ranging professional contacts within the realm of the national and international photography world.
Exhibitions by photokunst photographers have been shown at; Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles, CA; Museum of Natural Science, Turin, Italy; Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles, CA; State Museum and Exhibition Centre for Photography, St. Petersburg, Russia; The Bowers Museum, CA; Willy Brandt Haus, Berlin, Germany; United Nations Gallery, NY; Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, San Diego, CA; Instituto de las Artes, Caracas, Venezuela; Newseum, NY; The Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY; among other venues.
photokunst books and artists have been featured in publications and programs including: TED Talks, PDN, Vanity Fair, Publishers Weekly, New York Times, Huffington Post, American Photo, National Geographic, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Black and White Magazine, Le Monde, and others.