|Blurbarian Since||March 2007|
|Business Web Site||www.heutekunst.com|
|Location||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Business Phone Number||514-483-4298|
|About My Business||HeuteKunst (TodayArt) : Publishing Videos and Books on the global art of today. With the use of technologies & convergences we create vehicles to help promote artists who are interested in an alternative, non-elitist approach to showing, publishing & promoting their creative & artistic message.|
|Areas of Expertise||Art, Photography, Graphic Design|
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|G e n t l e V u l n e r a b i l i t y : Sol Lang’s series of erotic photography is a commentary on the ongoing concerns of womankind in her continuous struggle to shed her stereotypical, objectified view of femininity as it has been depicted by the media-culture of our western society. He presents his images artistically, with the skills of a fashion photographer, but without the entourage of a large production crew. Working alone with his models he produces visual, thought-provoking...|
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SOL LANG has published several books of photography, but this is the first featuring his erotic art photographs. |
A graphic designer and photographer by profession, he is co-founder (with wife, artist, graphic designer, Mary Bogdan) of Crayon Design & Communication, a design firm in Montreal established in 1980.
He has won numerous national and international awards and was a member of the board of La Société des Graphistes du Québec. He has been actively producing photographic art...
|This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)|
Sol Lang – photographer.|
He has become known for his country landscapes, intimate rural scenes and controversial social and environmental subjects. Now is showing his versatility and mastery of the medium with his glamour/erotic photography. He presents his images artistically, with the skills of a fashion photographer, but without the entourage of a large production crew. Working alone with his models he produces visual, thought-provoking statements of beauty, irony, sadness...