Celebrating International Women’s Day

In celebration of International Women’s Day 2019, photokunst is honoring four photographers, all women who have passionately dedicated themselves to long-term projects addressing important far-reaching issues. Marissa Roth’s “One Person Crying: Women and War”, a 34 year journey of documentation, … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day: Profile

Reflections on Her Career as a Photographer and Current Work by  MARISSA ROTH When I reflect on the arc of my career as a photographer, it is with a great amount of gratitude as it’s been a remarkable journey so … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!

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John Rowe: Ballet Nacional de Cuba

John Rowe, award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker, has been collaborating with the world-renowned ballet company Ballet Nacional de Cuba. Rowe was drawn to Cuba as the focus of his next project because he finds it socially compelling and visually stunning.  … Continue reading

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Honoring Ernest H. Brooks II – plus Special Offer

Photokunst congratulates Ernest H. Brooks II, photographer, innovator, educator, marine environmentalist, and philanthropist, on his induction into the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum November 17, 2017. Fellow inductees include Harry Benson, Edward Curtis, William Eggleston, Anne Geddes, Ryszard Horowitz, James … Continue reading

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Celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day

On Indigenous Peoples Day photokunst celebrates its photographers, whose work highlights the diversity, richness and challenges of Indigenous Peoples around the world. The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was adopted in 2007, one decade ago: photographers … Continue reading

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Marissa Roth – Close-up

Marissa Roth, a Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist, documentary photographer and curator was born and raised in Los Angeles. Lauded internationally, Roth has been designated a Leica Ambassador, sponsored by Leica London and was recently appointed a Fellow of the Royal … Continue reading

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Jamey Stillings Exhibition in Pingyao China

Jamey Stillings was recently honored with a solo exhibition at the 2017 Pingyao International Photography Festival, one of China’s most influential festivals held annually in Pingyao, a UNESCO world heritage site in north central China. Stillings was in attendance for … Continue reading

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Holiday Book Offerings

Happy Thanksgiving   We are delighted to annouce  Dorothy Kerper Monnelly’s  third book waterforms (Kettler Verlag, 2016), presenting a stunning collection of 70 black and white photographic abstractions, capturing the effects of water on the shoreline environment and natural surfaces. … Continue reading

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