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May 15, 2005

About Me

Photography as some other thing, something unknown, or not seen before, not yet invented, has quality and value. Its potential is limitless.

"That which I can control (ie.): lighting, subject, styling, positioning, and locations are designed for control. The magic happens when things begin to happen unexpectedly. Spontaneity between collaborators and the surrounding environment is what adds a special or ethereal quality to the photographic objects which are produced. I like naturalness, the uncanny, surprise, and seek what is beyond.


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Visual Arts Gallery (Chelsea), International Center of Photography School (Midtown), The 80 Washington Square East Gallery, The Fine Art Museum of Long Island (Hempstead, LI), Art Bar, Berkshire Coffee Roasting Company Gallery (Lenox, MA), Cornelia Street Gallery, The 12 Chairs Cafe Gallery, Solo Arts, Inc., Barnes and Noble Cafe Gallery (Chelsea), The Multimedia Arts Gallery (Soho), La FNAC (Paris), Kavehaz, Get Real Art, The Vincent Louis Gallery, The Soho Photo Gallery, and the Neikrug Gallery (New York, NY).

David Rapoport is a photographer and contemporary artist who has been active in in the field of photography since age 13, worked in video since 1981, and has been making digital art for over 20 years.

Training: Fine art, graphic design, film, video, and music. Graduated at the School of Visual Arts, Masters of Fine Arts in Photography, Video and Related Media, May 2009. He earned his BFA from NYU in film and television production. He studied fine art black and white printing with George Tice, traveled to Yellowstone National Park with The International Center of Photography and Douglas Faulkner. His Continuing Education Includes: Photography, digital art and graphic design at ICP, Pratt, Parsons, and The School of Visual Arts.

David has been showing photography and visual art since 1979. He first appeared in group shows and later in solo exhibitions.

He has been published in France Amerique, Psychology Today, Shutterbug, The New York Daily News, The Village Voice, Preview Magazine, and various newspapers, newsletters, brochures, and several web journals showcasing his work.

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