Etihad Modern Art Gallery in Abu Dhabi presents Inner Worlds with a collection of evocative and breath taking images that both reveal life in the Emirates as well as the spirit of the photographer. Inner Worlds commands the space. The photographers in the exhibition include Amani Al Shaall, Anthony Lamb, Saeed Nassouri and Yourself Alshaker … Continue reading
The Incredible Inner Space exhibition currently on display at the Embassy of Australia in Washington, D.C. presents the micro patterns in nature and innovative material with an unexpected result, art. Developed by the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility (AMMRF), the traveling photography exhibition reveals the human quest for knowledge and curiosity of structures, space, and perspective. Each … Continue reading
Photography exhibition of black and white photographs of New York City by Keri Douglas, founder of http://www.9MusesNews.com. The photographs in this exhibit are part of a series on Steele and Light capturing the gentle relationship between strength and air in the known and unknown. Join the First Friday Dupont Circle Gallery Walk at the Art … Continue reading
Every wonder what life was like a hundred years ago around in Cairo?
Pulled out my collection of old postcards that share scenes of the markets, mosques, pyramids and quiet still moments in the desert. Enjoy! Continue reading
Innovators, risk what is accepted for what is possible, with no boundaries, no limits. ThingLink is the next frontier on experiencing what is possible in exchanging information on the web, whether for education, news or entertainment and most certainly for businesses to present their brand and engage with their customers with measurable results. ThingLink began in … Continue reading
Photography is powerful. One image can change the world, evoke tears, spur a laugh, imagine a unknown part of the world or a moment to pause and reflect. How the photographer creates the story is just as important. Photographs many times are reflections of the photographer’s emotions, dreams and knowledge. Recently I was asked by … Continue reading
Words and voice of Alexandra Boulat photographing war.
“even my eyes are tired of the Palestinian drama sometimes. And, that is why I get caught by the details. Conflict and pain has become ordinary. Look at the ordinary – life without electricity … an empty frig….” Continue reading
“Modern Egypt”, photographs by Keri Douglas in the Members Photo Exhibit at the National Press Club, Washington, DC, September 1 to September 30, 2009 . Continue reading
Ismalia offers a respite from the chaos of city living in Cairo. Consider the two or three hour drive through the desert on a two lane highway a tour of kitch foreign policy. At first compounds with fences appear like a mirage in the desert. The fences appear to be for prisons but looking … Continue reading
Metal and Gas. Opposites attract. In Asuncion, Paris, Milan and New York, I was drawn to the relationship between steel and light. I used my Holga and Nikon to capture the gentle relationship between strength and air in the known and unknown. This series is currently on exhibit at the National Press Club, Washington, DC. … Continue reading