“Creative Space” Mission with EyeEm Kicks Off Summer Projects

Space for Arts and EyeEm teamed up this summer to sponsor a mission looking for photographic representations of creative space. Creative space is a concept embracing the mental, physical, and emotional environments within which creativity operates. It is something you must carve out and claim for yourself. The mission launched June 13th, with a week for photographers of all levels from across the globe to submit their favorite shots.

EyeEm is the world’s leading mobile photography community marketplace, making it a prime resource for photographers, producers, and creative directors alike. Unlike platforms such as Instagram and Snapchat, which focus on real time communication, EyeEm is building the next generation photography content platform. The Berlin-based company has created a rich digital archive of photos. Photographers retain their rights and are in control of choosing which photos to sell to brands, agencies, designers, etc. And with millions of images to […]

By | July 11th, 2018|Launch, News, Photo Studios|0 Comments

SFA collaborates with Art of Freelance Showcase 2018

Space For Arts is proud to recognize and collaborate with an organization that provides another resource for creatives to achieve utmost efficiency and success. The Art of Freelance has been running for four years in various forms, under the leadership of Mathieu Young, CEO & Founder. A creative freelancer for 15 years, Mathieu is grateful for a career that has allowed for dream chasing and working on projects he loves with the support of a great team. But, he admits it was a slow build with many small steps forward including a goal-setting strategy that optimized breaking down individual components and self-created sense of accountability. Yet, many of his friends were struggling with accomplishing the same tasks.

Mathieu explains, “Creative freelancers are not always attuned to the disciplines of creating deadlines, structure, and accountability. So, we wanted a way to create a framework to help […]

By | June 19th, 2018|Interview, Upcoming Event: LA|0 Comments

Covet: The Radical Eye

 

Iconic modernist photography from the collection of Sir Elton John

Edited by Shoair Mavlian and Simon Baker

Essays by Dawn Ades and Shoair Mavlian Interview with Sir Elton John

By | January 5th, 2017|Covet|0 Comments

Barbara Morgan Brings The Dance to Her

Barbara Morgan’s dance photos always amaze us with her technicality + aliveness. She built a special space and lighting and brought the dancers to her.

Graham Group, “American Document,” Sophie Maslow, Frieda Flier and Marjorie Mazia – (Starburst), 1938
By | January 4th, 2017|Inspirational Spaces|0 Comments

Covet: Peter Lindbergh, A Different Vision

 

Taschen has published a book of more than 400 images captured by the famed studio photographer Peter Lindbergh. There is commentary throughout from friends and colleagues like Cindy Crawford, Anna Wintour, and Jean Paul Gaultier.

From Vogue’s list of the 10 best fashion tomes of the year.

By | December 28th, 2016|Covet|0 Comments

Herbie Hancock’s Groovy Soundtrack for Antonioni

 

Is listening to music from movies about photography sort of like reading from writing about architecture? Anyway, we love Herbie Hancock’s swinging sixties soundtrack to Antonioni’s Blow Up. 

 

You can always find killer photo studio rentals at Space For Arts!

By | December 23rd, 2016|Visual Soundtracks|0 Comments

Jean Paul Goude

 

“Artifice is artifice.”

— Jean-Paul Goude #StudioPhotography

 

By | December 15th, 2016|Photo Quotes|0 Comments

Space For Arts Launch at Norwood

On Tuesday November 15th the Space For Arts team gathered at the Norwood Club on West 14th street in New York to celebrate the launch of Space For Arts –the only studio listings website built specifically for the photography community. We were joined by a select group photographers, studio owners, agents, photo producers and editors. Delicious cocktails lead to exciting conversations about the evolving photo industry and challenges of managing a studio in NYC. We are looking forward to our next gathering, join Space For Arts now to receive regular updates.

By | November 29th, 2016|Launch, News|0 Comments