Posted on March 31, 2014
Check out a collection of Black and White Vintage Photographs under https://theomcgallery.com/galleries/vintage-photography/
Posted on March 30, 2014
PLEASE be aware of the explicit content of the attached portfolio. If you’re under 18 years old or can be offended by great, yet explicit images, leave the page and do NOT open the included link! Thank YOU! Erwin Olaf – Fashion victims
Posted on March 28, 2014
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In 1999 Erwin Olaf presented us his vision of Matured Super Models. 15 years later these photographs are still fun and food for thought, if it comes to our perception and handling of getting older. If you’re interested in this great portfolio of 10 Prints, check out this link.
Posted on March 19, 2014
Posted on March 18, 2014
I don’t bet on artists. I know – who is talented! Do you understand the difference?
Oscar Murillo is talented. I wish he also would belong to my artist raster.
But I believe, too, that Michael or Andrej or Wolfgang or Pau or Taka or
Yoko or Coco or Kris have huge potential.
Posted on March 17, 2014
Still life by Josef Sudek
Vintage Silver Gelatin Print
Contact Print 3,5×4.7 in., on 6.6×8.8 in
Signed Sudek with pencil in the margin
At lower right
The verso inscribed with Angela VI with pencil.
Mounted in a mat.
Some light oxidation along the edges,
The lower left marginal corner lightly bent, with a tiny fold in
The margin at upper right.
Josef Sudek by Panorama, 1st Edition 1982, page 110
Josef Sudek by Anna Farova, Munich 1999, page 236,
(With similar image dated 1944-53)
Posted on March 7, 2014
Between February 22 and May 24, 2014 the OMC Gallery, 7561 Center Ave #32 will be presenting
A Selection of Objects and Sculptures by
Willie Bester (South Africa)
Ivo Dekovic (Croatia)
Hideki Iinuma (Japan)
Shany van den Berg (South Africa)
Takakazu Takeuchi (Japan)
Purvis Young (USA)
Anonymous Artists from South Africa, Central Africa, Mali, New Guinea and India
The exhibition presents objects and sculptures, which either were made with the intention to be considered a piece of art and / or to deliver a very, by the individual artist, driven perspective of the subject matter. Others have been created by their authors as ‘tools’ to be used in ceremonies and rituals and therefore were designed with the intention to provide a common, generally understandable (at least within the tribe) visualization of natural existing and /or imaginary phenomena.
Examples of objects in the exhibition: