From the Holy Lands series © Jim Haberman
Into the Holy Lands
photographs by Jim Haberman
September 21 through October 27, 2012
A reception for the artist will be held Sunday afternoon, September 23 from 2-5 PM.
Into the Holy Lands: an exhibition of photography portraying the beautiful, but raw, landscape of the area associated with at least three well-known religions, and many others that have faded from our consciousness. How can such a challenging environment have been the birthplace for the beliefs and values that many of us hold dear? Into the Holy Lands will be on display beginning Friday, September 21, but the artist’s reception will be held Sunday afternoon, September 23 from 2-5PM. Please join us, and invite your friends to come along.
About Mr. Haberman:
M.F.A., Photographic Design
Goddard College, Plainfield, Vermont
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
Israel: Multiple Realities - Created to present an alternate vision of Israel from that commonly portrayed in the mainstream press. This work was published in three magazines, a literary journal, and the four volumes of Best of Photography 2007-2010.
Silver Fantasy and American Scenes– A large series of humorous and bizarre dream images created with mannequins and cast human anatomy.
Nude Self-Portrait Series – Selections from this work were published in Modern Photography and Popular Photography magazines.
Pin-Hole Camera Explorations – MFA Thesis Project. This included building a homemade pin-hole camera and exploring its properties as an expressive medium. This work was published by Popular Photography as an article accompanied by 16 pin-hole photographs.
Mr. Haberman's work has been widely published and included in numerous public and private collections including:
- INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY, George Eastman House, Rochester, NY
- BIBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALE, Paris, France