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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Women’s Rights Are Human Rights

EXHIBITIONS MAKING A DIFFERENCE photokunst brings exhibitions of cause-oriented fine art photography and photo journalism to institutions worldwide. photokunst’s commitment to engagement, education and advocacy for women’s rights globally are exemplified in three of our current traveling exhibitions: T.J. Dixon … Continue reading

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Celebrating Tibetan Culture

In Honor of the upcoming 80th Birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, 7/6/2015 Special Offerings from the photokunst collection   We are honored to present special offers on compelling work by three renowned photographers who each have a profound … 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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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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U.N. Human Rights Day – 20th Anniversary

20 YEARS: WORKING FOR YOUR RIGHTS – in 2013 the emphasis is on the future and identifying the challenges that lie ahead.  December 20, 1993 the “Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women” is adopted by the U.N.  (see 3 min … 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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When sharing is image theft

A friend recently shared a link to “The Idealist”  Facebook page where photographer Joey L‘s copyrighted image “Vijay Nund Morning Puja” had been posted June 1, with text imposed over the image, but no credit or acknowledgment was given to the … Continue reading

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“Cultures on the Edge” Update

photokunst photographer and National Geographic Fellow, Chris Rainier, is considered to be one of the leading documentary photographers in the field today. In his book, “Cultures on the Edge,” Rainier captured over “100 photographs over the last 30 years that … Continue reading

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