Friday, November 30, 2007

Maria Passarotti in American Photography

This years American Photography (23) features two of Nymphoto's Maria Passarotti's Urban Landscape Photographs.

Day & Night on the Upper West Side © Maria Passarotti

Maria's work always searches for beauty and often she locates that beauty in seemingly mundane environments, subtly guiding the viewer to reconsider the everyday landscape, and thus ultimately calling on her audience to reconsider their perspective on life.

To discover more about/of Maria's work visit her website at: or inquire with Susan Eley Fine Art.

Nymphoto Website

The Nymphoto website is temporarily under construction, but will be back soon. Stay tuned.

Monday, November 26, 2007

New Permit Rules -Town Hall Meeting at ICP

NYC Photography Permit Rules
Monday | December 3 | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
ICP Museum
1133 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street

Join a Town Hall Meeting with the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting
(MOFTB) to discuss the new draft of their proposed Permit Rules. All are welcome.

Please go to MOFTB's website to review the new proposed film rules in advance:
Questions or comments? Please email the Mayor's Office at by November 30
so they can come prepared.

Please RSVP online in advance if you would like to attend the Town Hall Meeting. Seating is

Where Are All the Women?

worth reading: Jerry Saltz's "Where Are All the Women?" article, published on November 18, 2007 in New York Magazine.

Monday, November 19, 2007

Rona Chang

Nymphoto is delighted to announce that photographer Rona Chang has joined the collective.

Frost og Funi ©Rona Chang

Much of Rona's work chronicles the imprint man leaves on earth. A visual anthropologist she conveys to her viewers a portrait of mankind in the context of nature.
Extensive travel has given Rona the opportunity to create an expansive collection of imagery that, as she rightly states, is material evidence of who we are.
See more of Rona's work on her website:

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Maria Passarotti

A quick review of Nymphoto's Maria Passarotti's "Botanical Series" work (currently on view at Soho Art) can be read on and some of Maria's work is available for purchase at A great opportunity to own an affordable print of Maria's work, especially if you missed her at

© Maria Passarotti

Nina Buesing

A picture taken in the Bahamas by Nymphoto co-founder Nina Buesing in a recent issue of New York Magazine.

© Nina Buesing/Getty Images/courtesy New York Magazine

Monday, November 5, 2007

Juried Alternative Process Competition

Two cyanotypes from Maria Passarotti's Botanical Portrait series were chosen by juror Tricia Rosenkilde to be included in Soho Photo's Juried Alternative Process Competition. Inspired by such subjects as Victorian paper cuts and the botanical photograms of scientist Anna Atkins, Passarotti's Botanical Portraits combine figural imagery with photograms to create hauntingly beautiful images where the subject is married to their landscape.

Opening Reception: Tuesday, 6-8 PM, November 6, 2007
Dates: November 6 - December 1. 2007
Location: Soho Photo, 15 White Street, NYC