My image "Closer to the Sun" has been selected by juror Thomas Werner as a Jurors Selection, in the FALL2012 New York Center for Photographic Art International - PEOPLE.
Winners and jurors selections will be presented in a group show at the 69 Leonard Gallery in the SOHO art district in New York city and an online gallery on the NYC4PA website
In addition, an exhibition catalog of the group show will be available and the gallery show will be listed and reviewed in a NY Gallery magazine.
Thomas Werner is an American Photographer with a B.A. in Photography from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and an MFA in New Media and Performance from Long Island University. He is a professor at Parsons and the New School for Design and is the owner of The Thomas Werner Gallery. He works as a fine art and commercial photographer in New York City.
Thomas is a director on the ASMP National Board, he lectures internationally on Photography, Video, Education, Business, and the Art Market. He has worked with the U.S. State Department as a cultural representative in Russia, has been a photography consultant for COACH and Rodale Publishing and has curated gallery and museum exhibitions in the U.S and internationally.
37th Anniversary International Women’s Juried Exhibition
Second Place, Digital Imagination: Divorce
Imprints Magazine replaces the former PWP Magazine, and is distributed to the membership, leading retailers, labs, educational institutions and individual photographers throughout New York City. Additionally, copies of each issue are left with targeted retailers, labs and educational institutions to give to their customers and students.
We invite you to step with us into a world of dreams, a world of pear houses and fairytales, a world of magic, the world in which imagination has no limits.
“It started like a game, a game in which the child within me was running free and feeling like just awakened from a long sleep of immersion into the real world… a world in which we lose our ability to dream and to remain children. Photography helped me bring the child within back into the light. Photography and digital processing are interconnected. The fairytale could not exist if the camera lens would not open the gates of a different world, a world that preserves some elements of reality, but transposes them into a universe where there are no rules and no boundaries to creativity…
This is why the line between reality and fiction is extremely thin, almost inexistent in my works…” (Cristina Venedict).