John Sevigny talks with me about his latest project Fiesta Brava

John Sevigny talks with me about his latest project Fiesta Brava 1. Can you talk a little about your artistic influences? Where do you draw your inspiration from? I used to think of influences in terms of certain artists, movements or pieces, mostly paintings. In that sense I haven’t changed much. I was inspired to […]

Pimps and Whores of the Art World

There is a disturbing trend in contemporary fine art photography towards gigantism. Huge, ceiling-to-floor and wall-to wall-sized prints. This actually isn’t something new, but it is now becoming the norm. Hardly anyone produces 8″ X 10″ prints these days. Duane Michals is an artist who has had a major influence on me. In a recent […]

Interview with John Sevigny

I recently had the privilege to interview John Sevigny, the highly regarded artist, photographer and teacher. John’s work has been widely exhibited in the United States, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and beyond. John agreed to answer a few questions in this short interview. (Q)How long have you been a photographer? 
 That depends on how you […]

SOMAS/SOY Exposicion Fotografica Retratos ~ International Portrait Exhibition

One of my photographs is continuing to make its way through Central and South America as well as Spain in the International Portrait Exposition SOMOS/SOY, curated by the extremely talented Ruth Rodriguez. To date we have had 15 exhibitions in Mexico, Guatemala, Spain, Venezuela, Portugal, and Argentina with two more exhibitions planned latter this year for […]