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Exciting Book Project News

Congratulations to photokunst photographer Jamey Stillings and his monograph The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar (Steidl, 2015) on winning IPA’s 2016 “Book Photographer of the Year” and becoming a Finalist for Lucie’s Grandprize “Photographer of the Year” Award (winner to be … Continue reading

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Announcing one of TIME’s “Best Photobooks of 2015”

Jamey Stillings: “The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar”     Congratulations to photographer Jamey Stillings on his newly released monograph, The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar, published by Steidl. The book reproduces 60 of Stillings’ black-and-white images, along with contributions from Bruce … Continue reading

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Making a Difference

photokunst specializes in representing cause-oriented photography and projects. Our collaborating photographers personal projects, and the causes they passionately pursue, are making a difference – impacting and inspiring people around the world. Below are updates about some works-in-progress:   Acclaimed photographers … Continue reading

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Library of Congress Acquires Jamey Stillings Photographs

  The U.S. Library of Congress recently acquired a twenty-five print collection of award-winning photographer Jamey Stillings’ “Changing Perspectives: The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar” work, adding to his previous portfolio there: Bridge at Hoover Dam, this collection will also have a digital archive … Continue reading

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Introducing Jamey Stillings

After years of focusing on Human Condition issues, the BP/Gulf of Mexico and the Japanese Fukushima disasters have contributed to our decision to add environmental perspectives to the list of photokunst causes. We are delighted to have award-winning photographer Jamey Stillings … Continue reading

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