New Visionaries – Photographers Who Bridge Art + Commerce at Mount Ida College
The exhibition at Mount Ida College highlights photographers who possess the ability to translate personal vision into real world commissioned imagery
In the past, the two distinct photographic genres of fine art and commercial rarely intermingled. Now, with the prevalence of the photographic image in our hyper visual culture, there exists an endless need for brands to develop visual identities. The boundary between these once distant genres is blurring. Today there exists the inherent demand for photographers to have the ability to synthesize their personal visions into images that communicate the brand story, be it for corporations, organizations, communities, or individuals.
The exhibition highlights the requirement for photographers to have the ability to translate personal visions into real world commercial imagery, bridging genres and resulting in the construction of a new paradigm within photography.
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Sponsored in part by Hahnemühle Paper and Panopticon Gallery.
Photographers Who Bridge Art + Commerce
Michael Donnor, MFA
Adjunct Professor, Photography
Alison Poor-Donahue, MFA
Department Chair, Photography
On exhibit February 5th – April 21st
February 5th, 6pm
The Gallery at The School of Design at Mount Ida College
777 Dedham St.
Newton, MA 02459
Photograph by Elizabeth Weinberg
Client: Joaquin Phoenix for the New York Times, 2014
Photograph by Magdalena Wosinska
Photograph by Bobby Doherty
Client: New York Magazine: “Spit, A story on 23 and me”, 2014
Photograph by Marcelo Gomes
Client: Issey Miyake Editorial for Noon Magazine.