I started photographing two years ago after I sold my business of Margit Publications - a color and trend reporting organization for the apparel and home furnishing markets. In my photography today, I aim to see behind the traditional imagery of the world, to expose ne...
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I started photographing two years ago after I sold my business of Margit Publications - a color and trend reporting organization for the apparel and home furnishing markets. In my photography today, I aim to see behind the traditional imagery of the world, to expose new, perhaps extraordinary views of our everyday lives. My ambition is to tell a story without words, playing with lights and shadows, showing the great architectures of New York, discover street art, find minimalist images and find a new word in reflections. I am active on Instagram @Myobservations, Twitter @MargitColor, tumblr @margitzs. My Website is at MargitNews.com. For me there is nothing better than getting off the beaten track and uncover unique photo opportunities. Photos that I make, share exceptional atmosphere, look & character. I try to capture the emotions and make every moment indelible.
B&H PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT
WHEN: 11/10/17 - 7/31/18
I have been accepted to the B&H Portfolio Development Program. From November 2017 to July 2018 I will be working on my Portfolio, posting images on Twitter and Instagram.
BOOK: Melting Dream (published by YAG on 5/10/17)
BOOK READING: at My photo collection, New York, NY, 10017
WHERE TO BUY: Not for sale
WHEN: 12/6/16 - 12/17/16
OPENING RECEPTION: 12/8/16 12:00am
ADDRESS: Atlantic Gallery, 548 W 28th Street #540, New York, NY, 10001, 212-219-3183
NOTES: All in the Detail
WHEN: 2/1/17 - 2/15/17
ADDRESS: Jadite Gallery, 413 West 50th St, New York, NY, 9175362844
NOTES: "Young of a goat" -My photo was selected and exhibited on the Scene on the Street exhibition
WHEN: 2/8/17 - 6/2/17
ADDRESS: Ryan Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center, 645 Tenth Avenue, New York, NY, 9175362844
NOTES: One of my photos "Urban Nature" is exhibited until June 2, 2017 There is still time to go and visit the exhibition
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