Stunning photography on display at West Palm Beach Photography Center

Howard Schatz Dance 1997Florida has a way to bring out the best in the fine arts.   This winter season is no exception.    Point your critical eye to the Palm Beach Photography Centre in West Palm which opened on January 23, 2018 a curated collection by Master photographer Howard Schatz.

 

For over 25 years, Schatz has consistently contributed to the advancement of photography documenting Underwater, Dance, Athletes/Human Body, Fashion/Beauty, and Portraits.   The collection features examples of his works, many have been previously collected by those who share his vision.  Known for many styles including Dance and specifically his underwater technique, Schatz has a following internationally amongst American, European, Asian, Russian and Latin American collectors.  Images from his latest book KINK show his constant curiosity – in this case, the Folsom Street Fair.

As part of the opening, Schatz joins the vetted list of international photographers as the recipient of the center’s FOTOmentor annual award.  Previous recipients include Bernice Abbott, Ralph Morse, Bill Epperidge, Michael Kenna, John Loengard, Sebastian Salgado and Albert Watson.   Visit the exhibition of over 90 images through mid-March at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre:  415 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

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