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TIBOR BOGNAR is of Hungarian origin and lived in several European countries before settling in Canada. After getting an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, he worked for about a dozen years as a professional musician before he became interested in photography. Since he had already became addicted to traveling as a musician, it seemed natural to combine travel and photography.

In the years since making the decision to devote himself to photography, Tibor Bognar has photographed in well over 100 countries. He has published a coffe-table type book about Japan, "Japon, visages de le metamorphose", Editions Vilo, Paris, 2006, in collaboration with his wife, writer Teresa Perez. The two have collaborated on many travel-related articles for European and Asian magazines.

STEVE GIOVINCO earned his MFA in photography from Yale University in 1989, and a BA in history from Washington University in 1982.

His photographs have been exhibited in solo museum shows, including those at: California Museum of Photography; the Butler Institute of American Art; Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna; the VELAN Center, Torino, Italy; and the University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

He has had solo exhibitions at Jim Kempner Fine Art and Dru Arstark Fine Art, both in New York. Group exhibitions include: the Brooklyn Museum; the Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati; the Winnipeg Art Gallery, with Jeff Wall, Sam Taylor Wood; Sadler’s Wells, London, with Thomas Joshua Cooper and Richard Billingham; Exit Art, New York; and White Columns, curated by Gregory Crewdson. Besides more than a dozen group gallery shows in New York, other gallery shows have been in Spain, Chicago, and Miami. He received Yaddo artist residency fellowships in 2001 and 2002.

Museums collecting his work have included: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; The Brooklyn Museum of Art; Yale University Museum of Art; The Butler Institute of Art; The California Museum of Photography; the Winnipeg Art Gallery; and The Lowe Art Museum, Miami, among others.

Reviews have been published in Art in America, Tema Celeste and Zoom magazine and his work has appeared in the New York Times. He has self published three books, and his work as been published in many catalogues, most recently in 2009 for the Lowe Art Museum, Miami. He has also participated in many art fairs, and his photographs have been auctioned at Sotheby’s and elsewhere.

HAZEL HANKIN'S work combines elements of fine art and documentary photography. Her work has been widely published and is represented in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Museum of the City of New York, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, JGS Inc., and the MAK Center for Art & Architecture. In addition to her personal projects, Hazel carries out a variety of freelance assignments and teaches photography at the City College of New York (CCNY).

Hazel photographed regularly in Cuba In the 1990s. Graphis Press published work from her photo essays on Cuban life in a time of economic crisis and on Muhammad Ali’s humanitarian aid tour of Havana in their books of international photojournalism entitled, The Human Condition. A shot of Ali with Fidel Castro was included in Life's Album of the Year in 1996 and that image and others are included in a traveling photo exhibit on Muhammad Ali (currently at the Hofstra Museum) in 2008.

Hazel’s images of the innovative architecture of Cuba’s National Art Schools were published by the World Monument Fund’s magazine, Icon and appear in the book, Revolution of Forms: Cuba’s Forgotten Art Schools by Princeton Architectural Press. They have been exhibited in Havana, Los Angeles, New York and Vienna, and Lehigh University Art Galleries included several images from this series in a 2006 exhibit entitled Viajeros: North American Artist/Photographers’ Images of Cuba.

Hazel’s ongoing project, Rhythm & Rapture, brings together two of her life’s passions — social dancing and photography — in images of salsa, swing and tango dancers. Work from this series was exhibited in a one-person show at the Houston Center for Photography and has been featured in a DoubleTake magazine cover story, the Spanish photography magazine, La Fotografía, and the German magazine, Aufbau. She is currently working on an in-depth photo essay exploring New York’s pioneering salsa/mambo scene, seen from the perspective of a long-time participant.

is an American history teacher turned photo-historian. Over 30 years, he photographed the 50 states and has published his images more than 50,000 times in such publications as National Geographic, Time, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Wall Street Journal, as well as on CNN, ABC, PBS and MSNBC.

His photograph of President Clinton is featured on the back-cover of his book My Life and in his Presidential Library. Sohm’s images are featured in Frederick J. Ryan’s portrait of Ronald Reagan, The Great Communicator; in Bill Maher’s Real Time; in Al Gore’s Oscar-winning film An Inconvenient Truth; in NBC’s 9/11 memorial, Concert for America; on the Today Show and on the cover of John Grisham’s novel King of Torts.

His image was chosen for both the covers of Newsweek and U.S. News and World Report for the contested 2000 Presidential Election. The U.S. Department of State displays his work in more than ten embassies worldwide.

C-SPAN’s BOOK TV aired Mr. Sohm’s speech from the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. He has been a keynote speaker at more than 100 colleges, universities and trade associations across America. He and his work have been profiled in Esquire magazine, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The San Francisco Examiner and at the NEWSEUM Museum in Washington, D.C.  Sohm produced the 1993 Presidential Inaugural music-video for MTV, which aired worldwide

DAVID STOCK has been photographing since the age of fourteen. He went on to study photography at Harvard College. Among his professors were Arthur Siegel and Aaron Siskind, who was a particular influence.

In addition to creating images, Stock has a longstanding commitment to darkroom craft and extending the capabilities of fine art digital printmaking.

Stock’s images have been widely exhibited in museums and galleries in the United States and abroad. These venues include the Fogg Art Museum, The California Museum of Photography, the Museet for Fotokunst (Denmark), the Long Beach Museum of Art, the Blue Sky Gallery, the Santa Monica College Photography Gallery, The University of Sinalóa (UNAM), the Kerckhoff Art Gallery (UCLA), Casa da Fotografia FUJI (Brazil), the Angels Gate Cultural Center, and the Colorado Photographic Arts Center.

Stock’s photographs have also been featured in many publications, such as Canon Chronicle (worldwide in 5 languages), Z Magazine (cover), Long Beach Museum Quarterly (cover), Arts Rag (cover), Forward Motion, Blue Sky, La Fotografía Actual (Spain), Fotopozytyw (Poland), the Boston Phoenix and the New York Times.


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