Ben Depp Price Structure Increase on September 1, 2021:
Paper Size 24.5 x 32
Editions #1- 5 /10 : $2,000
Edition #6 /10: $2500
Edition #7/10: $ 3,000
Edition #8/10: $ 3,500
Edition # 9/10: $4,000
Edition #10/10: $5,000
Paper Size 30 x 40
Edition #1/5: $6,000
Edition #2/5: $7,000
Edition #3/5: $ 8,000
Edition # 4/5: $ 9,000
Edition # 5/5: $10,000
Josephine Sacabo Photographing the Display window created by Elizabeth Shannon for her current exhibit at A Gallery for Fine Photography.
You are welcome to see it in person and Josephine Sacabo’s Show. The Gallery is open to the public. Thursdays-Mondays, 10:30 am-5pm.
View Josephine Sacabo: Those Who Dance ZOOM Virtual Opening
Fantastic attendance! Congratulations Josephine Sacabo!
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Thank you Abbey Hébert for a great article regarding Josephine Sacabo and her beautiful
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Congratulations Josephine Sacabo on an amazing body of work!
View Article for Freeman Vines/Timothy Duffy Photography Congratulations Timothy Duffy on a fantastic presence of your photography in Smithsonian Magazine!
Congratulations Mitch Dobrowner on your amazing images appearing in The New York Times Magazine!
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Congratulations to Josephine Sacabo on a gorgeous new body of work!
THOSE WHO DANCE
“…those who dance were called insane by those who could not hear the music” – NIETZSCHE
This series is an homage to Nahui Olin (b. Carmen Mondragon), the muse, artist, poet, social rebel and great beauty of Mexico in the 1920s – a woman who mesmerized the artists of the period – Diego Rivera, Dr Atl, and Edward Weston among others – with her extraordinary beauty, her intelligence, and her extravagant, uninhibited behavior.
a precocious free spirit who believed in the power and the beauty of herself as a woman.
a woman who considered her body the shape of her spirit and refused to hide it.
a woman who loved passionately and to extremes.
a woman whose tempestuous and tormented 5 year love affair in a ruined convent with Dr. Atl, famed painter and
[Read more…] about Josephine Sacabo: New Work!
Congratulations George Nobechi on a very special article in Lenscratch Fine Art Photography Daily!
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Congratulations to George Nobechi for an important article regarding his work in the Huffington Post.
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Amazing video of Ben Depp’s flight over Louisiana’s wetlands including Depp’s photography project to record and inform land loss in Louisiana.
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Congratulations Josephine Sacabo on a fantastic exhibit and article!
Read Article about Josephine Sacabo: Moments of Being
Join us from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. for an evening celebrating the current exhibition, Louisiana From Above: An Aerial Photography Exhibition, on display in the Arsenal 2 at the Cabildo. Fine art photographer and founder of A Gallery for Fine Art Photography, Joshua Mann Pailet will discuss the practice of collecting aerial photography, with an added focus on photographers from 1850 to the present who have sought ways to document the landscape from airplanes and experimental flying vessels. Afterward, photographer Ben Depp will lead a discussion in the exhibition and share insights into the work on display.
About Joshua Mann Pailet
New Orleans–born Joshua Mann Pailet is a fine art photographer and the owner/director of A Gallery for Fine Photography, which he founded in 1973. After graduating from Rice University, Pailet returned to New Orleans and founded his gallery, which became a French Quarter institution that continues to attract collectors as well tourists for its exhibitions and photographic inventory.
Pailet has created more than 10,000 photographs and published more than 100 of these images in the book World’s Fair, New Orleans (1987). An exhibition of these photographs was featured at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the World’s Fair. When Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans and the Gulf Coast in 2005, Pailet remained in the French Quarter and documented its initial impact and aftermath in the weeks that followed. His photographs are included in museum collections, including the New Orleans Museum of Art; the Ogden Museum of Southern Art; the Louisiana Arts and Science Museum in Baton Rouge; the Polk Museum of Art in Lakeland, Florida; the Menil Foundation in Houston; and the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris.
Congratulations to Josephine Sacabo on an important article.
Thank you for sharing insights and inspiration!