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Toy Cameras: Culture and Celebration By Chelsea Klukas
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An exploration and celebration of low-fi camera culture. A compilation of photographs and interviews from Toy Camera photographers across the planet discussing the ups and downs of using toy cameras,... More > and what toy camera photography means to them. The book also includes descriptions and information on the toy cameras featured in the book.< Less
The Complete Guide to Sony's A300 & A350 DLSRs (Color Edition) By Gary Friedman
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The Friendly Manual with Professional Insights! This comprehensive 450-page book explains every knob, button, and feature of the Sony A300 and A350 DSLR digital cameras. Generously sprinkled with... More > insights and real-world examples (including a whole chapter on Live View), this clear manual was written in a way that is not condescending nor intimidating. Get the most from your investment from a professional photographer who has used them! Instantly downloadable, full-color .pdf file also available for $19.98 at FriedmanArchives.com/ebooks .< Less
The Art of Rev. Serhij Kindzeriavyj-Pastukhiv By Olga Pastuchiv
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A volume showing a collection of landscape, historical, religious and portrait paintings of the Rev. Serhij Kindzeriavyj- Pastukhiv
Voodoo Wedding By Gil Jawetz
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Voodoo Wedding is a travelogue of sorts and is inspired by the artist’s 2008 marriage to writer Tracey Middlekauff in a voodoo temple in New Orleans, Louisiana. The work draws on the... More > iconography of the temple, the uniqueness of the priestess’s personality, and the many other colorful, vibrant elements of New Orleans culture – from the music to the architecture – that combined to make the experience so exciting. Voodoo Wedding is Jawetz’s third show at the Yellow Dog Tavern. The first two, BIG DOGS (2007) and Human(e) Beings (2008), were compiled in his book Human(e) Beings. He was most recently featured in Maryland Art Place’s 23rd Annual Critics Residency Program, curated by Vincent Katz. Featuring 29 original paintings, plus short essays by the artist and his wife, Tracey Middlekauff. For more information on Gil Jawetz's work, please visit http://www.buskerdog.com< Less