Tuesday, June 01, 2021

New Wall Art


I am now offering an open edition collection of framed photographs from my Keep Going New York series, beautifully framed and ready for your home or office. I chose the clean design of the online platform Pic-Time for my shop and my trusted photo lab BayPhoto in California for the fulfillment of your orders; I ordered their products for my own home and have never been disappointed, the color matching and framing is in excellent hands there.





Please visit https://stefanfalkewallart.pic-time.com/art



Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Keep Going New York blog

 

I started a new blog about my book, keep visiting for more:

My work for this book focuses on the resilience of my fellow New Yorkers, on moments of normalcy under exceptional circumstances during the pandemic in 2020. I chose a positive attitude in the title and the photographs because I love my chosen hometown and know it will bounce back as it has so many times before. So I like to show New Yorkers doing what they always do: They keep going !!

My self-published book is rather small in size (10×8 in, 25×20 cm) and page count (62) and I limited my edit to 58 photographs. You may consider the book expensive, and it is, comparably, but it is the nature of self-publishing, especially when printed and distributed from a  print-on-demand platform like Blurb, that the product has a price that cannot compete with the books produced by big publishing houses.

The work that went into my book, nine month photographing, two month editing (with the invaluable help of journalist Claudia Steinberg and my wife Christine) and designing, promoting etc etc … makes this book all worthwhile. And the work kept us busy and sane during the difficult year 2020.

Keep Going New York !!  is a visual time-stamp showing our city going through a challenging phase. It is not sensational, not spectacular. It just is the way I saw our city in 2020. I hope it will be of value for you, way beyond now, or later, or even much later. https://keepgoingnewyork.blog



Thursday, April 22, 2021

Keep Going New York book


In his self published book Stefan Falke focuses on the resilience of his fellow New Yorkers, on moments of normalcy under exceptional circumstances during the pandemic in 2020. These stunning and uplifting photographs of his chosen hometown show New Yorkers doing what they always do: They keep going !! Keep Going New York !!
58 color photographs, 62 pages, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm, available as soft cover, hard cover or PDF. 

Preview and/or order here: 









In his self published book Stefan Falke focuses on the resilience of his fellow New Yorkers, on moments of normalcy under exceptional circumstances during the pandemic in 2020. These stunning and uplifting photographs of his chosen hometown show New Yorkers doing what they always do: They keep going !!


Keep Going New York !!
58 color photographs, 62 pages, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm, available as soft cover, hard cover or PDF. 
Preview and/or order here: 


Thursday, March 18, 2021

Photo Flag at Rockefeller Center

 


My photo of Sean Marshall (visiting The Edge on reopening day in 2020) 
was selected for the Rockefeller Center Flag Project !!

Chris Boot, executive director of Aperture Foundation, curated the flag exhibition.

The 8-foot by 5-foot flags with the work of photographers printed on them will be shown from March 27–April 30, 2021. 
The exhibition will be free, non-ticketed and open to the public. 

Coincidentally, the flag photo is also the cover of my self-published book 


 

La Frontera exhibition in Zingst - Germany

 

Dear reader, I am happy 
to announce the opening of my exhibition:
in Zingst, Germany!!
Max Hünten Haus Zingst 
Click for more information and/or interview (in German)
After three months of closure due to the lockdown, the Max Hünten House reopened on March 15th. Photography Zingst presents my exhibition 
“La Frontera - Artists on the US-Mexican Border” 
I photographed about 200 artists on both sides of the border since 2008, my project is about showing culture and humanity in the region. You can now see these 25 of the artists from both sides of the border in this photo exhibition: 
Aldo Guerra, Alejandro Zacarias, Alfredo Gutierrez, Alida Cervantes, Angel Cabrales, Annie Alvarez, Ariana Escudero, Canamo, Carlos Coronado, Cesar Hayashi, Glenn Weyant, Javier Galavis, Juan Amparano, Manuel Miranda, Marta Palau, Mauricio Saenz, Opera Divas, Pablo Llana, Rigoberto A. Gonzalez, Taller Yonke, Tom Kiefer (1st photo below), Josue Castro (in photo above, with umbrella), Mark Clark (2nd photo below), Raechel Running (3rd photo below), and Siki Carpio.

More installation photos soon on instagram: @borderartists and @stefanfalke_portfolio
The exhibition duration: until May 2nd, 2021





 Exhibition installation photos by Lars Heidemann www.larsheidemann.com