Stewart Cohen to Exhibit at The Louvre

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Photographer/Director Stewart Cohen’s work will be on exhibit at The Louvre in Paris November 14 through November 16, 2014.

An Innocent Bystanders image from Cohen's Paris show.

"Cameras have offered me the opportunity to visually express the world around me...I don't judge." –Stewart Cohen

Photographer/Director Stewart Cohen’s work will be on exhibit at The Louvre in Paris November 14 through November 16, 2014.

Cohen’s work will be on exhibition through Duncan Miller Gallery, Los Angeles as part of the fifth Fotofever Photography Art Fair: http://www.fotofeverartfair.com.

For Fotofever’s 2014 edition, a selection of over 100 international galleries, including notable Chinese and Japanese galleries, Northern Europe’s Galerie Hiltawsky and In The Gallery. Galleries were selected by a committee comprised of l’Association des Galeries d’art Paris – represented by its co-president Baudoin Lebon, and Belgian collector Galila Barzilaî Hollander.

Fotofever was founded by Cécile Schall, grand-daughter of Roger Schall, renowned French photographer of the 1930s and 1940s. Fotofever Photography Art Fair takes place during the Mois de la Photo in Paris, and gives collectors the opportunity to view outstanding work from photographers around the world.

Cohen says his photos in the exhibition come from his upcoming book, Innocent Bystanders. “This body of work stems from the off hours of my life as a traveler. Mostly shot at night, when spaces come alive, this series focuses on people and places in a way that emphasizes isolation and the mysterious nature of life.”
Shot on two continents, the images capture the imagination, taking the viewer on a visual journey.

Stewart Cohen – Artist Statement

“Cameras have offered me the opportunity to visually express the world around me. Creating imagery has allowed me to travel to places I could never have imagined and to meet people that I would never have had access to otherwise. Through this voyage, I have developed a voice and a style that honors the subject regardless of who or what it might be. I’ve learned that reality is a lot weirder than I could ever be, so I have taken that as a cue to explore our world and to document it. I don’t judge. I merely interpret it from my skewed perspective.” http://www.stewartcohenfineart.com.

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