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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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Gallery Exhibitions on Two Coasts

Continuing through the holiday season, Carol and Angela have ongoing exhibitions of their photographs at two galleries. Holden Luntz Gallery in Palm Beach, Florida is presenting “Portals to the Human Spirit”, featuring Beckwith’s and Fisher’s work along with several other … Continue reading

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THANKSGIVING: celebrating 15 years

THANKSGIVING, November 28, 2013 photokunst, an agency devoted to the marketing of photojournalism and ethnographic photography, opened its doors 15 years ago today. Initial clients included the New York Times Photo Archives, Phil Borges, Chris Rainier, Carol Beckwith – Angela … Continue reading

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News this week

We’re pleased to share the following news about photokunst artists & their projects:   Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher AFRICAN PASSION: Painted Bodies and Beyond at The House of Photographic Art (HOPA) Opening to benefit the Bowers Museum Thursday, November … Continue reading

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New Google Site Presents African Ceremonies: Passages Exhibition

As part of our ongoing representation of Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher, and in concert with their non-profit foundation, African Ceremonies, Inc, photokunst helped translate their iconic African Ceremonies: Passages, museum exhibition into an online offering on Google’s Cultural Institute‘s The Art Project website. … Continue reading

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Double Honors for Ernest Brooks

Ocean Institute Benefit at HOPA’s Ernest Brooks Exhibition     Join us for a special evening September 19 at the House of Photographic Art (HOPA) in San Juan Capistrano, featuring the work of famed underwater photographer Ernest H. Brooks II. This … Continue reading

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Marissa Roth: Perspective on Historic Meeting

 “For the first time since World War II, a German leader joined French officials in commemorating the worst atrocity committed by the Nazis in France. President Joachim Gauck of Germany and his French counterpart, Francois Hollande, joined hands on Wednesday … Continue reading

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“Healing Afghanistan” at the International Montessori Congress 2013

The International Montessori Congress, held July 31- August 1, 3013 in Portland, OR, attracted a wide swathe of people interested in  education, with this year’s theme “Montessori: Guided by Nature.” Attendees came together from around the globe to discuss issues and … Continue reading

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U.N. Day of the World’s Indigenous People: Reflections by Phil Borges

Photokunst has joined in celebrating the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People every year since its inception 14 years ago. Ethnographic photography and global human rights topics are an important part of our ongoing work. Our first project was Phil … Continue reading

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Marissa Roth’s INFINITE LIGHT project

  photokunst is collaborating with photographer Marissa Roth on a unique limited-edition book “INFINITE LIGHT: A Photographic Meditation on Tibet.” The accordion style binding presents the photographs organized in a tonal sequence patterned after the colors of Tibetan prayer flags.   Three … Continue reading

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