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TV Interview for “Abierto al Atardecer”

On a recent visit to Almeria I was interviewed for “Abierto al Atardecer” on Interalmeria Tv. We discussed my great uncle, artist Federico Castellon, photographing movie locations and the neighborhood of La Chanca in... Read More.

Sondheim Artscape Prize 2013 Semi-Finalists

Seven of my prints are included in this exhibition opening Thursday, July 18, 6-8PM, and continuing through through Sunday, August 4. Decker Gallery & Meyerhoff Gallery, MICA, Baltimore, MD. More info here. Read More.

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Salvemos el Toblerone!

Salvemos el Toblerone!

Earlier this month the cavernous metal structure affectionately known as “The Toblerone,” in Almeria, Spain, was reduced to a pile of crumpled metal. The event inspired an unlikely wave of international support and creative activity. The building’s distinctive profile, mimicking the Swiss chocolates that are a standard fixture in Duty Free shops around the world, […]

TV Interview for “Abierto al Atardecer”

TV Interview for “Abierto al Atardecer”

On a recent visit to Almeria I was interviewed for “Abierto al Atardecer” on Interalmeria Tv. We discussed my great uncle, artist Federico Castellon, photographing movie locations and the neighborhood of La Chanca in Almeria, and the breaking news of the day — the demolition of the historic mine processing plant known as El Toblerone. […]

Eight Lives of El Condor

Eight Lives of El Condor

The camera is usually shooting out from the hillside, looking down over the installation. The sun sets behind the hillside, so the few glimpses in that direction are somewhat obscured by the glare of sunlight. One of the most intriguing locations in Almeria is the site of an elaborate fortress originally constructed in 1969 for […]

Kazan: “Closed for Renovation”

Kazan: “Closed for Renovation”

“Closed for Renovation” became a familiar refrain on my recent visit to Kazan, capitol of the Republic of Tatarstan in Russia. As host city for the 27th Universiade Summer Games, Kazan has been undergoing a makeover. Dozens of museums, hotels, and Orthodox churches and mosques (the city has plenty of both) are being cleaned up. […]