At a solo exhibition of Diane Epstein’s Photography with renowned art critic, Lorenza Trucchi
“FRESCO PHOTOGRAPHY ™ by Diane Epstein entitled: Light Beam at Santa Maria Sopra Minerva
Capturing the Timelessness of Venice & the Italian Countryside
Exhibition: La Roma di Diane Epstein at the Paolo Antonacci Galleria
Vernissage for Exhibition. Paolo Antonacci, gallery owner left) Diane Epstein
Brochure for the Exhibiton~La Roma di Diane Epstein
In Boston at Giardini di Sole – showing of Diane Epstein’s Fresco Photographs
At the Villa Aurelia – Exhibition at the American Academy in Rome
|PHOTOGRAPHER, DIANE EPSTEIN FEATURED IN FOTOWEEK 2010 at Susan Calloway Fine Arts“Italy: Beneath the Surface”, Fresco Photography by Diane Epstein Tuesday, November 2nd – Saturday, November13thOpening reception – Thursday, November 4th, 2010 from 5 – 8pm|
Susan Calloway Fine Arts will be participating in FotoWeek 2010 with a special exhibition, “Italy: Beneath the Surface”, featuring fresco photography by Diane Epstein.
Gallery Representation for Diane Epstein Photography
1262 Madison Ave | New York | NY 10128 | (212) 987-8505
web: Gerald Bland Inc.
502c Commonwealth Ave | Boston MA 02215 | (617) 267-8929
web: Panoptican Gallery
Susan Calloway Fine Arts
1643 Wisconsin Ave NW | Washington DC 20007 | (202) 965 4601
web: Susan Calloway Fine Arts
Via del Babuino, 141/a | Rome, Italy 00187 | +(39) 06-326-51679
web: Paolo Antonacci
The Artistry of Italy: Architecture . Form . Food.
We are now looking at new venues in Asia, America, and other parts of Europe to host private previews and exhibitions of Diane Epstein’s Photography.
Epstein’s unique style captures the age old patina of a fresco while conveying a contemporary, visually poetic interpretation. In her latest series, the neutral textural surfaces are juxtaposed with an overlay of shape, form, contour, architectural line and sensual curves that emerge beneath the layers. Her work superimposes numerous shots and artfully blends them, capturing depth and texture and merging them in various degrees of opacity and translucence.
Diane Epstein, Rome-based photographer, will present her images, from the luscious shape and texture of food to sculptural and architectural themes. Her vibrant colors are reminiscent of Renaissance frescoes while more recent works are characterized by subtle monochromatic hues and delicate white-on-white images.
A discussion on Italian culture, cuisine and art, as depicted through architecture, Roman and Venetian cityscapes, angels, goddesses, nature and a series of fruit and vegetables can also be arranged.