|The First Art Newspaper on the Net
||Established in 1996
|| Saturday, July 30, 2016
|Kenneth Garrett, David Alan Harvey, and Michael Yamashita|
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.- The Artspace committee of University Programs Council is pleased to announce the opening of an exhibition of photographs by National Geographic photographers Kenneth Garrett, David Alan Harvey, and Michael Yamashita. Several of the images are on loan from the National Geographic Museum at Explorer's Hall. The exhibit opened in the Newcomb Hall Art Gallery and continues through Tuesday, November 30.
The show features Kenneth Garrett's photographs of Egypt which emphasize elements of its ancient, mysterious history and culture, David Harvey's photographs of Cuba, which capture moments of evanescent beauty and emotion amidst gritty urban surroundings, as well as the renowned work of Michael Yamashita.
Photographer Kenneth Garrett, whose photographs reveal ancient Egypt through a visual exploration of its remaining monuments and testaments, studied at the University of Virginia as well as at the University of Missouri. Concentrating his expertise in ancient cultures, Garrett focuses on archaeological and paleontological subjects. His work has led him to travel internationally and includes diverse collections of photographs published in various esteemed magazines including the Smithsonian, Fortune, Time and of course National Geographic. Many of the photographs on exhibition can be found in the National Geographic book Egypt of the Pharoahs.
David Alan Harvey specializes in Latin America, which he has photographed and studied for more than twenty years, principally for National Geographic. In 1996, he made his inaugural visit to Cuba and continued to return for more photographic opportunities. The photographs on exhibition in the Artspace gallery can be found in his book Cuba, published in 2000.
Michael Yamashita concentrates on Asia. He first began taking photographs in 1971 while traveling around Japan, an experience that sparked his passion for photographing Asia. He began working for National Geographic in 1979, employment that has led him from the Sudan to New Jersey, from Ireland to Singapore. His most celebrated work includes Mekong: A Journey of Mother Waters and In the Japanese Garden, which he co-authored with his wife.
October 29, 2004
Surrealist Painter James Gleeson, 88, Awarded Medal
John Peter Moore Convicted For Touching Up Dali
Important British Paintings 1500-1850 at Sotheby's
Photojournalist George Silk, 87, Dies
Warhol's Death And Disaster Leads Sale
Legendary Designer Visits Milwaukee Art Museum
E.T. Original Poster Could Sell For $250,000
Miami Art Museum Presents Fabian Marcaccio
Kenneth Garrett, David Alan Harvey, and Michael Yamashita
UNESCO-Italy Agreement to Protect Heritage
Los Angeles Rectangle Gallery Presents Ink 92
Most Popular Last Seven Days
1.- 100 nude women pose in Cleveland, reflecting on Trump
2.- West Kowloon Cultural District Authority appoints M+ Executive Director
3.- Hieronymus Bosch, Touched by the Devil: Movie has US premiere at Film Forum
4.- Masterpieces replaced by fakes in six national galleries in treasure hunt
5.- On the Verge of Insanity: Van Gogh 'suicide gun' on display in Amsterdam
6.- Getty Museum opens exhibition of illuminated manuscripts
7.- Two rolls of early Kodak film acquired by the George Eastman Museum
8.- Dark secrets of the man who opened architecture to the light
9.- Chinese artist Ai Weiwei's refugee life jackets in Vienna palace pond
10.- Gallery 19C brings together two views of Venice by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot
Important Judaica and Israeli & international art bring a combined $7.9 million at Sotheby's New York
Tunisia to auction ousted despot's treasures
Andy Warhol's Mao portraits excluded from the Beijing and Shanghai shows next year
China criticises French Qing dynasty seal auction
Christie's announces auction marking the first half century of the popular and luxurious interiors shop Guinevere
Nine new exhibits debut at San Diego International Airport
Rembrandt masterpiece "Portrait of Catrina Hooghsaet" back on display at National Museum Cardiff
Amber: 40-million-year-old fossilised tree resin is Baltic gold
Egyptian artist Iman Issa wins the Ist FHN Museu dArt Contemporani de Barcelona Award
The main chapel of the Basilica of Santa Croce open for visits after five year restoration
Museums, Exhibits, Artists, Milestones, Digital Art, Architecture, Photography,
Photographers, Special Photos, Special Reports, Featured Stories, Auctions, Art Fairs,
Anecdotes, Art Quiz, Education, Mythology, 3D Images, Last Week, .
|Royalville Communications, Inc|
Tell a Friend
Dear User, please complete the form below in order to recommend the Artdaily newsletter to someone you know.
Please complete all fields marked *.