PREVIOUS INTERVIEWS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

INTERVIEW «Photographers»
He pulls up to the house, parks the old police cruiser so that the license plate is just visible if you squint: Enigma. He walks to the front door, already sporting his purple converse dancing shoes (with neon laces) and reaches for the door, fingers decorated with turquoise rings. Stuart Klipper is a hard character to describe with words, but his enthusiasm and quit wit make for delightful conversation. Stu has stopped by before heading to Sunday night Cajun dancing at a local bar…
INTERVIEW «Photographers»
It’s challenging to find a more honest word to describe Robb Siverson’s photography than "variety". Mingling in a bit everything, from the dark room to commercial shoots, Robb’s work explores the vast possibilities of modern photography. As a photographic ‘jack of all trades,’ currently working in the Midwest, Robb explains to us his many photographic pursuits.
INTERVIEW «Photographers»
David Burdeny proposed through his work “Shorelines” landscapes of various shores with a remarkable atmosphere of peace and serenity. Long exposure, black and white. His recent work – “Icebergs” – brings us this time further from the coastline, into these cold and little known seas where ice giants wander. We leave the reassuring (black and white) atmosphere of the shores for a trip in color in the unknown where we face the chilling beauties of the Arctic and the Antarctic. We met the author in Brussels before the opening of his show in the Young gallery.
INTERVIEW «Photographers»
After three years, Sarah Christianson has recently received a MFA from the University of Minnesota in photography. Throughout this time, she focused on a rather personal project: documenting her family’s farm. We caught up with Sarah in the gallery space where she was exhibiting her final project and she walked us through the show.
INTERVIEW «Photographers»
Todd Deutsch is a professor of photography at Saint Catherine University, St. Paul, Minnesota, yet finds time for personal projects. His artistic eye allows the viewer to explore the personality of his family through games, dinners, and the universal chaos of everyday life. Simultaneously, the frankness and humor in his style, informed by a child's world, immediately captivates the viewer's attention. We'd like to take this opportunity to congratulate Todd and Heidi, his wife, on the birth of their fourth son.

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