Monthly Archives: August 2010

“Poolscapes” and “The Pool” series reviewed in Danish newspaper

http://www.information.dk/fotobloggen/242850 English translation: French-born Karine Laval (b. 1971) specializes in leisure life environments. She got her breakthrough as a photographer with the series The Pool, which began in 2002. With the series Poolscapes (2009-2010) she returns to the topic in a … Continue reading

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Check out theswimmingpools’ Top-10 summer songs in OUT!

http://out.com/summerentertaining/swimmingpools.asp

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“At The Edge Of The World” – new single by theswimmingpools

Listen to theswimmingpools’ new song At The Edge Of The World… I shot the stills/video this summer in Fire Island, New York. Stay tuned for their upcoming performances. I’ll announce them here soon. http://www.theswimmingpools.com/at_the_edge_of_the_world.swf

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New exhibition opening on Thursday, August 12: Kathryn Markel Gallery (Bridgehampton, NY)

“Palm Spring Narcissus” (diptych from the series “Poolscapes”) If you’re in the Hamptons this week come to the opening of this new exhibition curated by Robin Rice at Kathryn Markel Gallery. The diptych “Palm Spring Narcissus” will be on view … Continue reading

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“Poolscapes” series featured in the Daily Beast

Check out an image selection by the Daily Beast here: http://www.thedailybeast.com/galleries/1939/1/?redirectURL=http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2010-08-07/summer-photos-by-bonni-benrubi/?cid=tag:mostpopular3

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New work selection: from the series Poolscapes 2010

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Poolscapes reviewed by Elisabeth Biondi in The New Yorker

While the temperature is rising, more cool summer photography shows are opening. One of the doyennes of the photography world, Bonni Benrubi, chose “Summer Place” as her subject of her gallery’s current exhibition. The pictures show spaces where the subjects can … Continue reading

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