Monet came back to his haystacks, Picasso to his many women, and Warhol to his Jackie Kennedys. So why shouldn’t Rod Massey find regular inspiration in south Minneapolis?
“Constructed photography” is the art-critic term for what James Casebere does. But however you react to his moody, thought-inducing photos, their power is undeniable.
“My body of work as a whole is probably unavoidable,” says Bill Rude, who at 6’4” is hard to miss in person. On the big or small screens, however, his behind-the-scenes work really stands out.
Somewhere between street photography and solemn portraits sits the work of Tom Arndt. He’s drawn to public events, but is more likely to shoot the crowd than the parade.
Rivkin was nominated for an Oscar for editing on James Cameron’s Avatar.
“I’m not painting the lake as it is. But it’s there as inspiration, as spiritual guidance.”
Thrilled with the colleges state-of-the-art technology, he was a fast learner and realized that collaborating with other students on a team was very important to me.
Shen Wei went straight from his Shanghai birthplace to attend MCAD. He thought he’d learn to do graphic design, or painting. But then he picked up a camera for the first time.
Already a legend in her field, Nancy Rice stunned many of her peers when she chose to teach instead of creating more advertising.
Contradictions merge dramatically in the big paintings of Peter Williams. Seeing odd tensions in the cultures around him, he distorts them just enough to make his opinions clear.
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