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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HAPPY HALLOWEEN

HAPPY HALLOWEEN – visual treats from Joey L Annually since 2010, Joey L has  been photographing Halloween revelers on the streets of his New York neighborhood. His stunning  Halloween in Brooklyn series is an expanding work-in-progress, with plans laid for … Continue reading

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Crazywise: Rethinking Madness – A Film Directed by Phil Borges

Phil Borges, social documentary photographer and filmmaker, has directed a new film Crazywise. For more than 25 years he has been documenting indigenous and tribal cultures, striving to create an understanding of the challenges they face. He has visited many … Continue reading

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Chris Rainier – Globe-trotting Documentary Photographer

5/7/14 news update from award-winning ethnographic documentary photographer Chris Rainier: “Just back from Japan – and a very successful shoot. And I leave tonite for four days in Norway to present at Nordic Light International Festival of Photography. I have … Continue reading

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Celebrating International Women’s Day 2014

Photokunst marks International Women’s Day highlighting events with three of its photographers:  an exhibition about issues facing women and girls worldwide, a panel discussion of women on their career challenges and successes and a movie world premiere on sex trafficking. … 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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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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“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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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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