NEW YORK, NY.-
Madonna A Transformational Exhibition, the never-before-seen photographs of the music and fashion legends iconic 1980s street style shot by world renowned photographers, Richard Corman and George DuBose and curated by Rock Paper Photo, the ultimate online photography gallery founded by Madonnas longtime manager, Guy Oseary, makes the next stop on its traveling, multi-media tour at W New York Times Square. That evening Corman was on hand as two of his photographs were transformed live outside of the hotel by famed NYC street artist, Alec Monopoly with his signature Monopoly Man tag. The event featured sounds by renowned DJ Posso and was hydrated by vitaminwater. The photo exhibit is free and open to the public at W Times Square with select photographs also on display at W Union Square, W Downtown, W Hoboken and W brands flagship, W New York through May 12, 2013.
For the first time on its traveling tour, visitors are able to purchase select Madonna photos showcased at the W Hotel properties featuring Alec Monopolys signature Monopoly Man tag. All proceeds benefit Jeffrey Fashion Cares and are available for purchase on www.rockpaperphoto.com/madonna
The tour kicked off at W Mexico City and has traveled throughout Asia and Europe before returning to the birthplace of W Hotels in New York City.
As a portrait photographer, Richard Corman has worked with a vast group of subjects from Nobel Peace Prize recipients to a variety of artists, actors, athletes and some of the most esteemed musicians of our time. The continued diversity of his work can also be found in the many non-profit organizations he has supported over the years including the Special Olympics, a cause very close to his heart. A native New Yorker, Richard is inspired daily by the creative energy the City brings.
Rock Paper Photo is the definitive fine art photography online gallery featuring rare and never-before-seen images of music and pop culture legends. The carefully curated site specializes in beautifully produced, hand-signed limited edition and largely unpublished prints of iconic moments captured by renowned photographers. The company offers an extensive inventory of photographs numbering in the tens of thousands, with a constantly evolving selection suited to meet the desires of both passionate fans and serious art collectors. Its unframed and framed museum-quality prints, offered in Silver Gelatin, Archival Chromogenic, Archival Pigment and Platinum, range in price from $150 to more than $10,000. A certificate of authenticity accompanies each hand-signed print.