ILFORD Master Seth Resnick‘s latest body of work is now on exhibit at the annual Art Basel in Miami, Florida. Art Basel stages the world’s premier Modern and contemporary art shows, held annually in Basel, Miami Beach, and Hong Kong. Founded by gallerists in 1970, Art Basel has been a driving force in supporting the role that galleries play in the nurturing of artists, and the development and promotion of visual arts. A new exhibit of recent work by Seth Resnick called “160,000 Miles of Color” will opened at Gallery 2014 in Hollywood, Florida on December 17, 2013 and continues through January 19, 2014. All prints in this exhibition were printed on ILFORD GALERIE Prestige Gold Cotton Smooth specifically for this new exhibit.
Here’s what ILFORD Master Seth Resnick has to say about printing photographic images.
Seth has made his mark in the world of contemporary photography with a prolific career spanning education, fine art, editorial, stock and commercial work, as well his entrepreneurial contributions in training thousands of photographers in digital workflow methods through the D-65 process. Chosen by Photo District News as one of the 30 most influential photographers of the decade, Seth is greatly in demand for his beautiful graphic images. Published in many of the world’s most prestigious magazines, his credits include over 2500 publications worldwide and his clients constitute a virtual “Who’s Who” list of Corporate America.
His latest body of work on exhibit now at Gallery 2014 in Hollywood, Florida is called “160,000 Miles of Color.” It captures the haunting and beautiful landscapes of places that stretch our imagination beyond the everyday images we are bomdarded with in our digital world. The exhibit is up through January 19, 2014. Be sure to see it if you are in the Miami area.
Learn more about Seth Resnick at www.SethResnick.com. Find out how you can join Seth and partner John Paul Caponigro for expeditions and workshops through Digital Photo Destinations, an organization that combines exotic world travel with photographic education.”My visual philosophy is to produce images nobody else envisions,” says Seth. “Ideally, someone standing next to me won’t see what I see. I try to bring back those unseen images from my own mind’s eye. I am stimulated by color, design, light, texture, spontaneity and gesture.”