Blazing Editions was delighted to contribute in producing James Hunt’s newest work for his current exhibition in Boston, MA, “Deindustrialization”. Hunt’s photographs have cultivated the mills from the Black Stone region of Massachusetts and Rhode Island into strong depiction of remembrance. James wanted to show the significant impact of what the buildings were for and how much we have evolved throughout the ever changing industrial era.
Hunt’s new project consisted of 12 aluminum prints ranging from 14x24” to 25x36” with the silver float frame backing, which gives the work a floating look off the wall.
“Deindustrialization” is running from November 7 - January 10th
Located at the The Hollister Gallery
231 Forest Street
Babson Park, MA 02457
The Gallery is open from Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5 pm
Closed on Weekends
ABOUT JAMES HUNT
James Hunt’s photography explores the interdependent and often conflicted relationship between human activity and the natural environment. He is currently engaged in a long term multi-media project on the industrial revolution in the Blackstone Valley region of Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
His photography has been shown in solo exhibitions at the Jewish Community Center of Worcester, Sorenson Center for the Arts at Babson College and the Westborough (Massachusetts) Public Library. In 2018 he was chosen in a juried competition of ArtsWorcester to present an exhibition of his work, "under the Highway: Blackstone River Landscapes" at the Gallery in the Square at the Hanover Theater in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Blazing Editions had a wonderful opportunity to work with Dinesh Boaz on is new work for his exhibition “At 1000 Feet”. Boaz has defied the traditional approach to taking images by flying high in the sky. Taking a helicopter up in different countries and states such as Israel, Hawaii, Arizona, California, and Key West, he takes the view of imagery to a different view of nature and civilization.
Boaz’s new work consists of 13 dye sublimated prints ranging in sizes from 20x30, 30x45 and to 40x60 inches. There are also the custom white float frames that give the pieces a nice elegant attire. Dinesh's work is being shown at The Robin Rice Gallery in New York, NY.
“At 1000 Feet” Is Open from November 6th, 2019 - January 5th, 2020
The Robin Rice Gallery
325 West 11th Street
New York, NY 10014
The Gallery is open on Wednesday - Sunday 12-7 pm.
ABOUT DINESH BOAZ
Although now a New Yorker, Dinesh was born in Chennai, India with deep roots in Sri Lanka. Dinesh moved to the U.S. and graduated from Rutgers University where he studied psychology and philosophy. Dinesh took his first B&W photography class at college and was instantly hooked on creating images. Following graduation, he moved to NYC, where he worked as a music producer and experimented with his camera capturing composite portraits of studio artists and creating commercial work. Soon after, he took his first aerial photo flight over Manhattan and his visual eye became focused on creating aerial images. He went on to study advanced digital printmaking at the International Center of Photography. His photography now takes him across the world to build a portfolio of work and continue to grow his vision for awe-inspiring image-making.
Blazing Editions had an exciting venture working with The NYC Dance Project on a very large project for their newest show and book, that will be released soon, “The Style of Movement: Fashion & Dance”. The NYC Dance Project is a husband and wife duo, Ken Browar and Deborah Ory, work with renown dancers and fashion designers.
This particular project consisted of twenty plus aluminum prints that range from 48x67”, 50x42”, and 42x90" in gold leaf, black metal, and steel float frames. The exhibition is being held at the Lanoue Gallery in Boston, MA.
“The Style of Movement: Fashion & Dance” is running from
October 18th - November 30th, 2019.
Located At Lanoue Gallery
450 Harrison Ave #31
Boston, MA 02118
The Gallery is open from Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - 6 pm
Sunday 12-4 ( May-October Only)
ABOUT NYC DANCE PROJECT
NYC Dance Project was created by the husband and wife team of Ken Browar and Deborah Ory, who live in Brooklyn. Ken is a renowned fashion/beauty photographer, and Deborah brings to the project a background in dance and editorial photography. They created the project to showcase the wonderful world of dance and dancers, centered in New York City. Ken’s passion for dance began when he lived in Paris and photographed dancers from the Paris Opera Ballet. His fashion work has appeared in fashion magazines worldwide.
Deborah has been a dancer since age 7, and her passion for the art is evident in her photography. She began her photography career when injured as a dancer—she started photographing the rehearsals she could not be in due to her injury. After moving to New York City and working as a photo editor at magazines such as House & Garden, Mirabella and others, she began shooting editorial work for publications and also engaged in advertising work.
Blazing Editions had a delightful experience working with Dede Pickering and her adventurous imager. Visiting over 100 countries, Pickering’s photography captures the everyday life in marginalized communities. The people of Cuba were captured with Dede’s empathy and love towards them. She has captures the colorful, compassionate, and spirit through past and present of Cuba’s turbulent history. Her imagery is all done on aluminum metal ranging from from all sizes between 24x36" to 30x44".
“Unity of Spirit Photographs of Cuba” is running from September 9th - December 7th
Located at The Episcopal Church of The Heavenly Rest
1085 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10128
The Gallery is open Monday - Friday Noon - 6 pm
Sundays 8 am - 2 pm
About dede pickering
Pickering's photographs are meant to be a bridge between cultures and to express the universal human spirit. On a more personal level, they are a spiritual journey. A journey that opens the door into many diverse cultures. She is driven by her own curiosity, sense of adventure and desire to explore unknown corners of the world. Pickering has been a traveler for a long time before she became a photographer. Discovering the world has been a life long personal journey for Dede, which has consisted of soul-searching and self-discovery. Recording what she has seen has given her an increased empathy and connection to the world.
Exhibition of Jay Maisel & Stephen Wilkes
Join us on Thursday, October 24th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at Jacob Javits Center, NYC for the opening reception of "On & Off The Grid" Exhibition featuring the work of Jay Maisel & Stephen Wilkes. We will be celebrating two iconic photographers who have been long time friends. The exhibit will be available for viewing Oct 24 thru Oct 27 during PhotoPlus Expo 2019.
Blazing Editions had the wonderful opportunity to work with David Maisel and produce aluminum prints for his current exhibition, “Proving Ground,” at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at The Utah State University. Maisel’s current work involved the long inquiring process of gaining access to a classified military site called "Dugway Proving Ground", which was established in World War II. This massive isolated area was used for testing chemicals and biological weapons and is 800,000 acres (more than 1,200 miles). Even though the area is closed off to civilians, the aerial photographs give a surreal and alien like realm that the craters create.
“Proving Ground" is running from September 14th - December 14th, 2019.
Located at Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
650 North 110 East
Logan, Utah 84322
The Museum is open from Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 10 am - 5 pm
Thursday 10 am - 7 pm
Saturday 9 am - 2 pm
About david maisel:
David Maisel (b. 1961, New York) is an artist working in photography and video, and the recipient of a 2018 Guggenheim Fellowship in the Creative Arts. Among his chief concerns are the politics and aesthetics of radically human-altered environments, and how we perceive our place in time via investigations of cultural artifacts from both past and present. His work focuses on power and the production of space by examining landscapes and objects that are off-limits, quarantined, or hidden from view.
Maisel received his BA from Princeton University, and his MFA from California College of the Arts, in addition to study at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He resides in San Francisco, CA. He is represented by Edwin Hour Gallery, NY; Haines Gallery, San Francisco; Ellen Miller Gallery, Boston; and Ivorypress Gallery, Madrid.
Blazing Editions had the pleasure of producing Jonathan Blaustein's newest works for his current exhibition at The Harwood Museum of Art, “Party City is the Devil” in Taos, New Mexico. Blaustein has been collecting candy colored items from Party City since 2016 and turning them into contemporary sculptures to capture. He wants to make people aware of the many party supplies that we often mindlessly throw out and how it effects the planet. The Harwood Museum of Art and Blaustein made a great decision in incorporating the idea of sculpture within the dye sublimation process, evoking three dimensionality and vivid displays of form and color.
“Party City is the Devil” is running from September 6 - November 10, 2019.
Located at The Harwood Museum of Art
Galleries: Studio 238 and Peter & Madeleine Martin Corridor
238 Ledoux Street
Taos, New Mexico 87571
The Museum is open from Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday - Sunday Noon - 5 pm
About Jonathan Blaustein:
Jonathan Blaustein is an artist, writer, and educator based in Taos, New Mexico. He has exhibited his work widely inn galleries and museums in the US, and in Festivals in Europe as well. His photographs reside in several important collections, including The Library of Congress, The State of New Mexico, The Brooklyn Museum, and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Jonathan is a seeking columnist at the popular blog “A Photo Editor”, and spent six years as a photo critic at the New Yoker, VICE, and Hyperallergic. He taught photography at UNM - Taos for many years, and recently founded the Antidote Photo Retreat at his family Horse farm outside of Taos.
Sangbin Im, Shitennoji Temple, Osaka, Japan 1
Blazing Editions was thrilled to aid in producing Sangbin IM’s newest works for his current exhibition in NYC, "AI/IM." The Ryan Lee gallery was reshaped with his custom cut high-gloss metal prints. IM’s new series of photographs combines hundreds of images that he has taken on his travels of well-known cities and landmarks. After taking numerous photographs at different angles, he uploads the images to Photoshop and auto-splices them together. The multiple images of a location are then joined together, resulting in contemporary custom-shaped landscapes.
“One of the most beautiful odes to surfboards ever created. Each shape, each shaper, and each shaping process is lovingly detailed–even the glassers get some love, a rarity in our shaper-obsessed world. That makes every page of 15X15 a thing of lingering beauty–a page to savor, not a page to flip. A must-own tome for every surfer.”
– Nick McGregor, Editor, Eastern Surf Magazine
1400 Elizabeth Ave
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Experience 'Orchid Daze'
at the Fuqua Orchid Center in Atlanta, GA
Featuring award-winning photography by Parish Kohanim
Photographer Parish Kohanim's high-definition images unveil the many strange yet beautiful intricacies of these exotic plants. The dye-sublimated metal panels on which the images are displayed allow the colors to pop and radiate vibrantly. It is as if the photographed orchids are three-dimensional, with their larger-than-life proportions enticing the viewer to move closer and closer to the surface. Parish Kohanim brings the flowers into the realm of the viewer, encouraging imagination to flourish. Throughout Kohanim's career as a fine-art photographer, his passion to exemplify the extraordinary has remained a constant. Orchid Daze is undoubtedly a clear example of this vision.