Lot 3 of 33:
David Arky; Pistol Packin Mama  
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Inkjet print; 16x20 inches; Edition 1/20; 2014
 
David Arky
David is best known for his still life, conceptual and x-ray photography. He loves to create clean, crisp photographs with an eye to simplifying objects to their elemental qualities, depicting their form and texture. His advertising clients have included AT&T, IBM, HP, Johnson & Johnson, and Verizon.
He also has shot editorial assignments for AARP, Fitness, Ladies Home Journal, Men's Health, Oprah, Outside Magazine, Newsweek, and The New York Times Magazine, as well as cover stories for US News, Fortune, Business 2.0, and Technology Review. David has taught at the International Center of Photography since 2001, where he shares his passion for photography with his students.

Categories: Fine Art, Photography and Works on Paper

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