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Photographer John Jansheski creates a home in Miami for unconventional artists
Mr. Jansheski’s work involves collaborating with some of the world’s most amazing and celebrated artists in the worlds of fashion, music and painting

MIAMI, FL.- When one hears the word “artist,” most imagine an easel cradling a canvas with the artist hunched over their masterpiece with dazzling flair and intensity as their unique interpretation of their muse unfolds before the eyes of the world in the form of a magnificent creation; otherwise known as a “work of art.” If you consider this to be the conventional interpretation of the word “artist,” Miami, FL based photographer John Jansheski challenges this notion, successfully blending the gaps between fashion, music, conventional art and photography into an artistic hybrid; the likes of which the world has not yet seen.

Mr. Jansheski’s work involves collaborating with some of the world’s most amazing and celebrated artists in the worlds of fashion, music and painting such as Romero Britto, Zilando Freitas, Coldplay and Cintia Dicker. John views all photography as pure art, as he feels there is something truly special in the manifestation of a magnificent idea turned into reality; regardless of the medium. It is this mentality that he conveys to the world through his collaborations that transcend the traditional boundaries of what we have come to know as “works of art." The conveyance of what is being viewed through the camera in capturing a moment of the human spirit, a beautiful view, or just a face emoting such feeling that the intent is unmistakably and accurately captured for the observer.

This level of intensity is at the heart of his photography and allows the viewer to get lost in their own personal interpretation of the piece as they are inspired to assign to it their own meaning. It may be a love lost, the hope of finding the perfect love or the appreciation of finding it. It may inspire the emotion of success in life or simply the appreciation of raw beauty. As these arts combine synergistically into one expression, his hope is that they resonate deeply with the viewer and serve as a reminder of inspired meaning while convincingly demonstrating photography as art.

With plans to open a new 8,000 sq. ft. studio in the Wynwood Art District of Miami in January of 2012, John is poised to make a splash in the infamous South Florida art scene next year beginning with his showcase at the 10th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach from December 1st to the 4th, 2011. Being “the most prestigious art show in the Americas,” more than 260 leading galleries from North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa will take part, showcasing works by more than 2,000 artists of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Today's News

October 26, 2011

Paintings from El Greco to Rippl-Ronai on view at the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest

Masterpieces by Francis Bacon lead Sotheby's Contemporary art sale in New York

Getty Museum displays first comprehensive overview of photographs by Lyonel Feininger

Chinese works of art from an important European collection to be offered at Christie's Hong Kong

Charles Dickens: Life and Legacy in new display at the National Portrait Gallery in London

Life and work of American photographer Milton Gendel celebrated in two exhibitions

Photographer John Jansheski creates a home in Miami for unconventional artists

Frick acquires unique Sevres porcelain vase and important Renaissance drawing

Definitive film about American design icons Charles and Ray Eames to be premiered in the U.S.

Bonhams to sell Julia Margaret Cameron's intimate image of Virginia Woolf's mother, Julia Jackson

Matthew Day Jackson's first solo exhibition in Europe organized by Museum of Art Lucerne

As metal prices boom in the markets, copper thieves target South African bronze art

Most comprehensive retrospective of the work of Robert Breer at Museum Tinguely in Basel

Hepworth Wakefield presents 'The Unquiet Head' exhibition

Publisher, author and artist Fleur Cowles's archive donated to Harry Ransom Center

Joseph Heller letters reflecting about Catch-22 to be auctioned

Serge Gainsbourg autograph lyrics at auction in Paris

Tibetan artists transports 20,000 kg of soil from Tibet to Dharamasal India for art installation

Morphy's Nov. 12 sale features noted antique doll collection, private collection of early teddy bears

Exhibition of Yuendumu doors at the South Australian Museum

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