Posts Tagged ‘Mitch Dobrowner’

Notable: Mitch Dobrowner, The Prophecies of William Blake, 21st Editions, Re-Release

In Black and White Photography, Books on October 29, 2014 at 11:13 am
Image Courtesy of Mitch Dobrowner and 21st Editions

Image Courtesy of Mitch Dobrowner and 21st Editions

21st Editions, purveyors of fine art photography books like few others, have a new card up their sleeve with the recent release of Mitch Dobrowner’s The Prophecies of William Blake.

Mitch Dobrowner has catapulted his way to great recognition and success in these past few years with both daring and finesse.

Winning the Sony World Photography Awards’ Photographer of the Year (from more than 100,000 entrants) gained Dobrowner attention from press around the world.

Having been sold out for some time, this copy (#26) of The Prophecies of William Blake, with an introduction by John Wood, is newly available for purchase.

While 21st Editions’s books are always a little bit of an investment, but never a regretful purchase. If you’re wanting one of these handcrafted beauties, contact Pam or Steve at 508-398-3000.

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Notable: Storms by Mitch Dobrowner

In Black and White Photography, Books, Exhibits, Gallerist, Gallery, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on September 20, 2013 at 8:20 pm

Vapor Cloud, Near Clayton New Mexico 2009

Vapor Cloud, near Clayton, New Mexico, 2009

Mitch Dobrowner, known for his dramatic and emotive landscapes, has been working on a publication for his new series, Storms, which includes work he began when he joined up with professional storm hunter Roger Hill in “Tornado Alley,” (the area between the Rocky Mountains in the west and the Appalachian Mountains in the east). Including 51 duotone photographs from the series which Mitch began documenting in 2009, Storms, has released in time to accompany an exhibit of his work at the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles. For More Information: Financial Times Magazine