About the Book
Musicians seem to be a big part of Karen Kuehn's life.
Shooting for many national magazines most of these images were assignments for features. Never sticking to any one genre Karen's work is really about the treatment and seeing each of these performers as individuals. Knowing that she likes a variety of styles she asked long time friend and the most eclectic of music producers in the world to write her forward.
Hal Willner, producer of Night Music and much more has formed some of the most desirable and collected works of major artist. He has unusual taste in music and is wildly sought after by the most interesting of characters musically. Google him and you shall see for yourself.
A book of inspiring images which define several decades of music makers.
Images to ponder inspiration
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Large Square, 12×12 in, 30×30 cm
- Hardcover, Dust Jacket: 9781364646080
- Publish Date Feb 18, 2010
- Language English
- Tags Yoko Ono, Yo Yo Ma, Tripping Daisy, Toni Braxton, They MIght Be Giants, Spin Doctors, Sonny Bono, Ryan McGarvey, Roy Rodgers, Rider in The Sky, Ric Ocasek, Redd Kross, Phyllis Hyman, Ornette Coleman, Neville Brothers, Mojo Nixon, Michael Hutchence, Mark Howard, Malcolm Burn, Lenny Kravitz, Larry Mitchell, Kid Congo, Kevin Salem, Judy Tenuta, Jr Brown, Joy Harjo, John Zorn, John Kurtzweg, John Couger Mellencamp, Jackson Brown, Ima Sumac, Hal Willner, Hart Glass, Gyuto Monks, G Love, George Strait, Don Cherry, David Byrne, Dna Lanois, Cordell Jackson, chris Whitley, Buster Poindexter, Brain Eno, Brian Hardgroove, B52s BB King, Andreas Vollenweider, Branford Marsalis, ANi DiFranco, Alex Maryol, Rancid, Martica, Kitaro, Flea, Des'ree, Cher
karen kuehn has been a working photographer since 1986. The work has appeared in national publications such as Time, Newsweek, Garage, Reader’s Digest, Vanity Fair, More, People, and The New York Times. Her subjects range from Muhammad Ali, William Wegman, Spike Lee, common folk, chance meetings with strangers on the streets are all revealed with high regard and equal respect. Karen’s portrait work, conveys her natural way of seeing the story within the frame. Karen has many personal projects and funds all of them with the intent to historically documentation. A master silver printer she preserves her images mostly on film in silver gelatin print form for future generations. Karen has shown in NYC in many group shows and auctions to better help humanity. Every year she donates at least 3- 6 exhibition prints for cause related benefits. "MY LIFE IS MY ART"