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"Natura Morta" features 26 fine art photographs by Paulette Tavormina. This beautiful, full-color book measures 12 x 12 inches and features lay-flat pages.

Photographer Mark Cohen is featured in the International New York Times today. His exhibition at LE BAL in Paris is not-to-be-missed!

Whether she's photographing honey ice cream for @Brent & Josh Beekman Boys Heirloom Dessert Cookbook or scouting out Meyer lemons in California, artist Paulette Tavormina knows how to stay busy. © PAULETTE TAVORMINA, Wild Raspberries, after G.G., 2013

Fall 2013 Newsletter: artist updates on Jessica Backhaus, Cig Harvey, Paulette Tavormina, Gregory Vershbow, and more...

Fall at the Gallery // Backhaus, Harvey, Tavormina

"German-born photographer Jessica Backhaus brings her color-soaked images to Robert Klein Gallery this fall. At once playful and purposeful, her work has also been shown at the National Portrait Gallery, in London, and the Martin-Gropius-Bau, in Berlin." -- Boston Home magazine, Fall 2013

Our photographer and philosopher-in-residence Arno Rafael Minkkinen shares his thoughtful approach to a creative career, also known as the Helsinki Bus Station Theory.

Photography review by @The Boston Globe staff writer Mark Feeney. "Gary Winogrand's women in Worcester and Northampton," 8.17.2013

"Recasting the familiar: Hiroshi Masaki returns to Japan to photograph his birthplace." Review by Cate McQuaid in @The Boston Globe 8.20.2013.

Artists who arrive fully formed at a young age always dazzle, and Francesca Woodman was one of the most gifted and dazzling artist prodigies in recent history. In the 30 years since her untimely death, Woodman has gained a following among successive generations of artists and photographers. Containing many previously unpublished photographs, it is the definitive Francesca Woodman monograph. via @Michelle Aldredge

© CAROL GOLEMBOSKI, "This Must Be Your Lucky Day" (courtesy of the Robert Klein Gallery)

"I believe that everything is connected. What you are drawn to in other mediums of creative expression is somehow connected to the work you make." Cig Harvey, 2012.

Cig Harvey's working board. "Nothing beats analog #Pinterest."

Cig Harvey's bookshelf in her Rockport, Maine studio.

a beautiful new book on interior design by boston's own frank roop >>

© JESSICA BACKHAUS, Bosch (from the series ...the strawberry corn changed everything...), 2012 (courtesy of the Robert Klein Gallery)

© JESSICA BACKHAUS, Green World (from the series (..the strawberry corn changes everything...), 2012 (courtesy of the Robert Klein Gallery)

© REBECCA NORRIS WEBB, Rearview Mirror, Wind Cave, South Dakota (from the series My Dakota), 2009 (courtesy of the Robert Klein Gallery)

© ROGER BALLEN, Factory Worker Holding Portrait of Grandfather, 1996 (courtesy of the Robert Klein Gallery)

An early Kodak ad (courtesy Fotozazo)