Posts Tagged ‘craig semetko’

Craig Semetko: Impressions from St. Moritz Art Masters

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I spent last week at the St. Moritz Art Masters in St. Moritz, Switzerland. The first one took place in 2008. In the past seven short years, it has become one of the premiere art festivals in the world, featuring such diverse contemporary artists as Ai Weiwei, Steve McCurry, James Turell and Joel Meyerowitz, among dozens [...]

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Craig Semetko: Inside INDIA UNPOSED

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Craig Semetko is an American photographer based in Los Angeles. Born and raised near Detroit, Michigan, Craig is a graduate of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. His first book “UNPOSED” was released in 2010 with a foreword by Magnum Photographer Elliott Erwitt. Craig’s work from India is part of the 10 x 10 exhibition that [...]

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Leica Gallery Wetzlar Inaugural 10 x 10 Exhibition

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As part of the Leitz-Park Opening Festival, the Leica Gallery Wetzlar was inaugurated with the 10 x 10 exhibition, a project created to celebrate the centenary of Leica Photography. Visitors are invited to the gallery, located in the main lobby, to see the exhibition presenting contemporary photography that looks to the future while also linking [...]

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Craig Semetko: America: E Pluribus Unum

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A classic street shooter in the great tradition, Craig Semetko uses Leica cameras  to capture images that transcend the moment. Semetko grew up near Detroit, Michigan and graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication. His images have been exhibited in numerous galleries in the United States and Europe, and his [...]

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Craig Semetko: Capturing the Authentic Human Experience, Part 1

Old Man & Statue

A classic street shooter in the great tradition, Craig Semetko uses his Leica cameras to capture images that transcend the moment. Born and raised near Detroit, Michigan, Craig Semetko became a comedy writer and performer after college, inspired by his “very funny father” and his love for Peter Sellers, Richard Pryor, John Belushi and Bill [...]

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