For the last 10 years, Korenman has been creating fine art photography. His work is rooted in both landscapes and portraiture. In his photographs, Korenman takes a deep look at the space or person and he exposes a truer reality.
The images in the Hudson Rail series were taken from the Amtrak Hudson to New York Penn Station line. They are printed using archival K3 pigment print on acid free archival paper. The image size is 12″ x 12″ and the matted and framed final size is 18″ x 18″.
Korenman’s work is in the permanent collection of the Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield Massachusetts. He has shown in a number of solo and group exhibitions. Recent exhibitions include:
Hancock Shaker Village Museum, Hancock Massachusetts
“Ye Are God’s Building”
Contemporary portraits exploring the body, individuality and abundance in the austere setting of authentic Shaker interiors.
The Print Center, Philadelphia
semi-finalist, 87th Annual International Competition
Curated by Irene Hofmann
Phillips Director & Chief Curator, SITE Santa Fe
Sohn Fine Art Gallery, Stockbridge Massachusetts
Solo Show, “The Proserpine Path”
Korenman is a successful commercial photographer. His editorial work includes publication in Art in America, event coverage of last year’s Beck concert shot for Mass MoCA and recording studio sessions for James Taylor. He is a professional member of the American Society of Media Photographers.
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The Rail photos are $475 framed.
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