NYC event planner Maya Katz of Alimay Events and her daughter, Simi, took a few covetous moments together to have their photos taken before baby brother joins their family this month. Maya and Simi's love and bond is truly beautiful—so full of joy and life! How sweet it is that they will have these images to celebrate this beautiful season!
LAUREN LARSEN PHOTOGRAPHS
No language can express the power, and beauty, and heroism, and majesty of a mother’s love. It shrinks not where man cowers, and grows stronger where man faints, and over wastes of worldly fortunes sends the radiance of its quenchless fidelity like a star.
~Edwin Hubbell Chapin (1814–1880)
Our dear friends welcomed their absolutely perfect baby boy, Sol, into their incredible family after three years of waiting through the adoption process. It was an absolute joy to document these newborn photos of their family in their beautiful coastal Connecticut home.
It was exciting to pick up a copy of The Ceramic Presence in Modern Art from the Yale University Art Gallery the other day to find a portrait of Mrs. Schlenger that I photographed in June 2014. Many congratulations to Sequoia Miller, Jock Reynolds, Linda Schlenger and the entire Yale University Art Gallery staff on all of your hard work to bring this wonderful exhibit to life.
September 4, 2015–January 3, 2016 @ Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut
Over the last 25 years, Linda Leonard Schlenger has amassed one of the most important collections of contemporary ceramics in the country. This exhibition features over 80 objects from the Schlenger collection by leading 20th-century ceramicists–including John Mason, Jim Melchert, Kenneth Price, Lucie Rie, and Peter Voulkos–alongside works in other media from the Yale University Art Gallery’s permanent collection by artists such as Hans Hofmann, Willem de Kooning, Isamu Noguchi, Mark Rothko, and Edward Ruscha. Although critically lauded within the studio-craft movement, works by these ceramicists are only now coming to be recognized as integral to the wider field of contemporary art. By interspersing these exceptional examples of the medium with other objects from this period, including painting, sculpture, and works on paper, this exhibition aims to reexamine the position of postwar ceramic sculpture within the context of contemporary art, highlighting the formal, historical, and theoretical affinities among the works on view.
This Friday's images from Italy are from:
(1) Walking the road leading to the Colosseum
(2) Roman announcement board outside of a dress shop
(3) San Carlo Ai Catinari
(4) The Pantheon
(5) The dome of the Pantheon
Happy birthday, Wendy! What an honor it was to photograph this remarkable family on such a special occasion.
A series of photo booth images from the Yale University Art Gallery's Book Launch: Dressing Up: Fashion Week NYC by Lee Friedlander.
In 2006 Lee Friedlander went behind the scenes at New York’s Fashion Week to photograph models at work. The revealing photographs have just been published in the Gallery’s latest book, Dressing Up. It was a fun evening of fashion, photography, and conversation, featuring a panel discussion with photographer Susannah Benjamin, PC ’15; Wilhelmina model Camille Chambers, BR ’15; and Yale School of Art critic John Pilson and moderated by Tiffany Sprague, Director of Publications and Editorial Services.