Dear Sandro, After becoming infatuated with several of the photographic works on your blog, I naturally became curious to know just a bit about how you see your instinct to create. You have written quite simply: La fotografia è una passione, un modo di vedere le cose, il mondo. Ciò che pubblico è sempre da […]Read more "Letters to an Italian Art Photographer."
Presenting a new series: my own take on “Letters to a young poet”; but here I am writing my reactions to the photographic works of the talented French photographer Frédéric Bérard, who is in the process of creating his first photography webpage. While perhaps not considered by all to be “young in years”, […]Read more "Lettres à un photographe français: mes réactions aux images."
Sometimes famous persons/artists who are personally unknown to me influence and appeal to my own artistic and socio-political development through their art and performances. One such person is the great Jacques Brel. I love some of his music — indeed; but, as with many famous artists, equating his texts with his personal life has given […]Read more "Jacques Brel, Zizou et Yuri Buenaventura !"
include: Arminda Canteros, Berenice Lipson-Gruzen, John Ranck and Jacob Lateiner. Here is a recording of Mr. Lateiner performing Beethoven Op. 126 (Bagatelles) Here is a short video about Arminda Canteros: The classical musician society in New York City at that time was rather “interesting” to say the least. I remember the half snobbish – half […]Read more "Trivia: Great concert pianists I studied under in the 1970s and early 1980s … (updated post)"
Gary Grosenberg is definitely an artist to follow. He successfully combines spiritual consciousness with good artistic composition and intriguing psychedelia, resulting in inspirational works that easily lend themselves to personal transformation. Check out his latest ART GALLERY and those from previous years … as well as his other thought provoking and inspiring postings on the […]Read more "Shout-out to Gary Grosenberg."