Examples of my photography used on other websites display a wide range of subjects.
Photography In celebration of the 400th year anniversary of Germans immigrating to America 1608-2008.
Lecture Demonstrations and Workshops. Conducting my own workshops in Germany, Ireland, Italy, in New York City and throughout the USA.
Monthly changing presentation of a unique print which you can order via paypal.com or check.
"A picture can be an answer as well as a question but if you can't answer your question try to question your question. There are clever questions and stupid answers as well as stupid questions and clever answers. There can be questions without answers but no answers without questions. To be or not to be — that is the question. To see or not to see — that is an answer."
— Ernst Haas
Photography and video production using advanced technology, for corporation, museums.
Among its various projects, Pix4notes is publishing a collection of specialist theme books. These books, in 5 x 4 inch format, feature the works of contemporary photographers taken either from photo assignments that have been published by the press in their entirety or from their individual research projects.
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Welcome to Todd Weinstein's website.
Jeff "Siege" Siegel new CD LONDON LIVE
Photography Todd Weinstein
Band Photography Jean M.. Laffitau
Layout/Design Peter Norrman
17 November 2017 to 04 March 2018
Gallerie Belvedere in Vienna, Austria
Curator Sabine Fellner
With Aging Pride the Belvedere has dedicated a comprehensive museum exhibition to the highly topical, socio-political subject of age. It is the first exhibition to contrast historical and contemporary artistic positions on the concept of age with regard to gender roles, the assignment of these roles, and inter-generational solidarity.
Women leaving Trump Towers NYC 1983
These days, the aging process is seen as a deficiency in the public eye. Terms such as ‘anti-aging’ give the impression that aging is something pathological. The prevailing cult of youth endeavours to hide the traces of aging. Aside from negative stereotypes, however, age also indicates power, experience, wisdom, contemplation, lust for life, and triumph over societal conventions. Aging is not only a biological process but a cultural construction, which emerging sciences such as cultural gerontology have dedicated themselves to investigating.
Photoville opens in Brooklyn Bridge Plaza smack bang in the heart of DUMBO, on Wednesday
afternoon, September 13th, 2017. It runs through the 24th 2017, but is open Thursday thru Sunday
Opening night to the public is Wednesday September 13th 4 pm to 10 pm
Presented by ASMPNY
Curated by Julie Grahame
This exhibition was curated from submissions to the 2017 ASMP Photo Annual. As always, there is a broad range of contributors and thus an interesting variety of work, from architecture to beauty, still life to street, personal and commercial to fine art. This exhibition goes a little way to demonstrating the impressive diversity of the ASMP community.
My Photograph of Old Couple in Garden Cafeteria NYC
My Photograph of Old Couple in Garden Cafeteria NYC
Jeff "Siege" Siegel new CD King of XHOSA
Photography Todd Weinstein
Layout/Design Peter Norrman
ARTIST TALK November 8th, 2016
19:30 at the Kleine Zaal
New York based photographer Todd Weinstein will introduce his project The 36 Unknown.
Todd Jay Weinstein is a photographer whose work spans a wide range of genres from documentary and street photography to abstract and commercial work. Weinstein has been based in New York City since the early 1970s. Weinstein is known for his street photography particularly in New York, and for his abstract images using Jewish folklore to explore universal themes of suffering and redemption.
Thursday, November 3rd through Saturday, November 5th, the Transvaal neighborhood in Amsterdam Oost (East) transforms into the setting of the video art route "The Stranger Next Door." During these three evenings, the Transvaal neighborhood will present an unusual and exciting exhibition featuring 24 art locations!
With thanks to many, including you, we are proud to announce the opening of our show, created with the help of a host of talented and dedicated artists, neighbors, sponsors and friends.
April 3 at 2pm till 4pm
Jewish Federation Kopolow Building
12 Millstone Campus
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Todd will be showing images of Flowers
A Request CL Gillmore New Book cover photograph Todd Weinstein
Retrospective Show at the Holocust Memorial Center in Detroit MI.
Opening September 21, 2014 thru December 22, 2014
The Jewish Lens by Suzanne Chessler
JAMES STONE GOODMAN
Book Of Healing
Proudced By Brothers Lazaroff
From my 36 Unknown Project
SONGS BY BEN BIERMAN
A BAND WITH PAST YIDN
Musicans: Will Soll, Paul Wexler, IggieTiemann, Ben Schreibfer
From my 36 Unknown Project
Denny Brown The San Francisco, Austin, Hollywood SESSIONS Opera News Sounds Bites Corinne Winters
Opera News Sounds Bites Corinne Winters
Photographed in New York by Todd Weinstein
A film Todd Weinstein produce and co directed with Peter Norrman
Harold Feinstein the photographer he just turned 80
"Happy Birthday Harold"
"Women Leaving Trump Towers", NYC, 1983 Museum of Photography Arts
The Soapbox website to be launched on May 10th, 2012
New York In Color in a new publication by Abrams curated Bob Shamishttp://www.howardgreenberg.com www.edition.lammerhuber.at>> Hot off the Press · Sputnik Vol. 1 · Todd Weinstein is included in a new publication:
Sputnik Vol. 1
Editor Fritz Smiak
Edition lammerhuber in Vienna, Austria
In German and English
Plate 95 Reflections 1980's by Todd Weinstein · Scroll down to 081/106
> leicashots.com :: Lovers in the Louvre in Paris - "The photograph I took “Lovers in the Louvre in Paris” is one of the photos that always amazes me about how close I can get to the subject. They allowed me into their private moment." — TW
> Sound Bites · Sean Panikkar > Opera News > The Met Opera Guild · Photographed by Todd Weinstein at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
> detnews.com: Charles H. Rosenzveig (1920-2008). Rabbi worked tirelessly for cause. 'Selfless' Torah scholar brought knowledge to many through two Metro area Holocaust centers. Gregg Krupa / The Detroit News
> indyweek.com review (Wednesday 3.19.08), Todd Weinstein's The Thirty-Six Unknown at the National Humanities Center.
> March 1 — June 30 "The Thirty-Six Unknown" · Color Photographs · Todd Weinstein, New York, NY · "The Thirty-Six Unknown" · Photography · Todd Weinstein, New York, NY · Shot at locations like Dachau, Auschwitz, Berlin, and Jerusalem, the images in "The Thirty-Six Unknown" are a meditation by photographer Todd Weinstein on the Talmudic notion of the thirty-six righteous people that are required for the world to exist. Exhibited in galleries around the world, "The Thirty-Six Unknown" makes its first appearance in the Southeast with this show at the National Humanities Center.
nationalhumanitiescenter.org: Photographer's Images Evoke Jewish Tradition and the Search for Hope
For further details about events at the National Humanities Center, please visit the Center's Web site (nationalhumanitiescenter.org), or contact Don Solomon by phone (919) 549-0661 or e-mail email@example.com.The 36 Unknown Video by Todd Weinstein
vimeo.com: The 36 Unknown · In later Kabbalistic folklore, the thirty six hidden ones have the potential to save the The 36 Unknown video world, they appear when they are needed, and one of them might be the Messiah. They come at times of great peril, called out of their anonymity and humility by the necessity to save the world. Because they can, and because we need them.Credits: Photographs by Todd Weinstein
Text by Rabbi James Stone Goodman
Music by Charles Ives and James Goodman
Edited by Peter Norrman
> germany.info: Empire State Building in Black, Red, Gold | "On the occasion of the 50th Annual German American Steuben Parade on September 15, 2007 the Empire State Building was illuminated in Germany’s national colors.
Empire State Building Company agreed to coat the top of New York’s famous landmark in black, red and gold from the weekend September 14 through to 16. It’s been a while that Germany was so visibly present on New Yorks spectacular skyline.
The lighting of the Empire State building in the German colors at the Steuben Parade expresses the strong ties of friendship and unity between the United States and Germany."
Please see also the "Photography In celebration of the 400th year anniversary of Germans immigrating to America 1608-2008" area.
Check out: Annika Krump's web site
"Critics and fans alike hail pianist and composer SATOKO FUJII as one of the most original voices in jazz.
A truly global artist, she splits her time between New York City and Japan and tours internationally leading several different ensembles.
Just as her career spans international borders, her music spans many genres, blending jazz, contemporary classical music, and traditional Japanese folk music into an innovative synthesis instantly recognizable as hers alone."
"Anyone complaining about the lack of 'something different' hasn't heard the music of Japanese pianist Satoko Fujii and her husband Natsuki Tamura. Their sounds are a potent mix of passion and calculated madness." — Jazz Central Station | Please visit Satoko Fujii myspace site: myspace.com/satokofujii
> Dear Friends, I am so happy to share with everyone an interview [Double Life] I had with Natalie Kestecher who found me via the Internet. I found Natalie to be a wonderful person to work with. She has put so much into her radio show talking about the Thirty-six righteous beings, the lamed vav tzaddikim, keep the world turning, according to Jewish tradition. If they didn't exist there would be greater strife in the world than there already is, yet we don't even know who they are. Natalie is working with ABC Radio National Radio Eye from Australia. I am honored to be apart of her project. I hope you enjoy the radio show. — Todd Weinstein
Radio producer Natalie Kestecher speaks to rabbis, mystics, scholars, and to photographer Todd Weinstein about the idea and, while it appears that it can be interpreted in a multitude of ways, Natalie finds that she is seeing these beings in the most unlikely places. Sound engineer: Russell Stapleton. Presenter: Brent Clough. Producer and writer: Natalie Kestecher.
> CD cover photography for 'New York City Songs' · By Denny Brown. [In association with onclicknyc.com, CD cover photography and cover design download pdf] | "Detroit born, Denny Brown, has been a songwriter and singer for over two decades. Since his early days studying guitar with reverent Gary Davis and Doc Ross, he wanted to be what his is today, a dynamite singer and accomplished songwriter. In the early seventies, he was an active participant of the synthesis of folk and rock. Denny was a regular performer at New York's Gaslight Cabaret, opening shows for the best New York had to offer, people like Muddy Waters, Bonnie Raitt, and John Prine. He also recorded an album with Bukka White for Victoria Spivey. Since those days Denny Brown has been working on his collection of songs. This man's warm intimate presence shines through on his urban rock and roll songs that reflect his energy range and intelligence." — dennybrown.com
> JAZZ Gallery | Photography for JVC Jazz Festival at Town Hall (New York), Down Beat Magazine, Dave Douglas At Jazz Standard, Jeff "Siege" Siegel, Steve Swell, Gebhard Ullmann, Lou Donaldson, Donald Harrison, Freddie Redd, Nina Simone, Ron Carter, Charles Lloyd, Bradford Marsalis, Cesária Évora, Marc Ribot, Eric Reed. Check out the Jazz SLIDESHOW.
"If jazz means anything," Duke Ellington once said, "it is freedom of expression."
"It is becoming increasingly difficult to decide where jazz starts or where it stops, where Tin Pan Alley begins and jazz ends, or even where the borderline lies between classical music and jazz. I feel there is no boundary line." — Duke Ellington
> Midtown Y Photographic Gallery - New York Public Libary group show | It was a wonderful opening last night saw many of old faces and friends. I am very humble to be in a group show with so many great photographers. The photograph on exhibition is The Couple in Car on Ferry (NYC 1982)
The show is at the New York Public Libary running April 26 until September 16 (Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, 212-869-8089). | Among the "names" in the current exhibition are Saul Leiter, Graciela Iturbide, Arthur Leipzig, Gordon Parks, John Vachon, Todd Weinstein, Aaron Siskind, Louis Stettner, Bill Aron, Dawoud Bey, Rebecca Lepkoff, Ed Grazda, Peter Hujar, Roy Colmer, Abelardo Morell, Larry Fink, Bruce Gilden, and Jeff Mermelstein. This is an impressive list.
> CD cover photography for 'Originals' · The Lee Shaw Trio. [In association with onclicknyc.com] | "As the title indicates, the disc eschews standards in favor of a deep inspection of Shaw's own portfolio, mixing newer material with compositions from as far back as 1980. It's a coin flip why past and present dovetail so well here: Either Shaw has always stuck by her creative guns, or everything comes out great when the triumvirate of Shaw, bassist Rich Syracuse, and drummer Jeff 'Siege' Siegel. Then again, there's nothing that says it can't be both. My love of back-story aside, the short anecdotes Shaw provides for each tune illustrates the openness of her creative process, not to mention her ability to translate her reaction to stimuli into musical terms and (as she frequently says here) let the song write itself. [...]" continue reading J. Hunter's review ...
> World & I [Magazine] The Legend of the Thirty-Six · Text by James Stone Goodman; photography by Todd Weinstein · World & I: Innovative Approaches to Peace, A publication of the Universal Peace Federation (UPF) January 2007. World & I is published by the Universal Peace Federation as a forum to foster human development, good governance, public service, and collaborative peace efforts involving religions, nations, and non-governmental organizations. Envisioning peace as a state of harmonious interdependence among individuals, families, nations, and peoples, the World & I advocates constructive and original practices that contribute to achieving a unified world of peace, the hope of all ages. Please read the entire text online at www.worldandi.net.
> The Cronicle: Spirit of resistance now on display [pdf] · By Raymond Baldino [The Cronicle NJ, 02/16/07] "Works by artists Marius Sznajderman, Jerzy Bitter, and Todd Weinstein, on exhibit at the Puffin Cultural Forum in Teaneck until Feb. 25, showcase the spirit of resistance during The Holocaust. The series of photographs, wood-cuts and paintings commemorate the struggle to survive even under the darkest conditions and includes art addressing the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943."
> Exhibition OPENING: January 14th, 4:00 p.m. at The Puffin Cultural Forum, 10 East Oakdene Avenue, Teaneck, New Jersey 07666, Phone 201-836-8923 | Directions
Exhibition: The Righteous · Resistance During the Holocaust · Paintings, drawings and prints by Marius Sznajderman and Jerzy Bitter, and a new photographic series by Todd Weinstein. Free and open to the public. Normal gallery hours: M – F, 1 – 5:00 p.m. or by special appointment. Group and student tours also by appointment.
> CD cover photography for 'Meaning and Mystery' · Dave Douglas Quintet · "Meaning and Mystery is the third album from the Dave Douglas Quintet and first for the Greenleaf Music label. It follows 2004's critically-acclaimed Strange Liberation and 2002's Grammy-nominated The Infinite in building upon, and establishing a modern living jazz quintet music." — greenleafmusic.com
> Brooklyn Museum Exhibitions: Looking Back from Ground Zero: Images from the Brooklyn Museum Collection. August 30, 2006–January 7, 2007
The Brooklyn Museum marks the five-year anniversary of September 11, 2001, with an exhibition of works from the permanent collection that includes paintings, photographs, prints, and drawings of the Lower Manhattan area around the World Trade Center site before, as well as after, the attack. The pix4notes book #2 [pix4notes Publishing, Paris, France] is part of this exhibition.
> American Society of Media Photographers, Inc. · Environmental Portraits Fall 2006 | "My Photo of Grace" · I was asked to photograph Grace Mayer for a lifetime achievement Golden Light awards she was going to receive. I called her up and set up a time to meet at the Museum of Modern Art here in NYC. We met in the MoMA lobby, and we talked about how we would make the photographs. We decided on photographing outside in the MoMA sculpture garden. She mentioned, she always wears a hat when she goes outside.
She went back up to her office to get her hat. When she returned, it was perfect. Its was to become a very special element for my photograph. We went out to the garden and walked around. I asked Grace to sit down in front of the Alexander Calder sculpture. She said she loved Calder and felt very comfortable. I realized Grace was so much a part of the environment, I knew this would be the photograph. We became very good friends for years until her death in December 22, 1996. | LINK: www.asmp.org
> Sunday, October 15, 2006 2-6 pm · STEVE REICH @ THE WHITNEY · A Celebration of the Composer's seventieth birthday at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Steve Reich (*1936) Composer; Philosophy student at Cornell University 1953-57, Juilliard School of Music 1958-61 (composition with Bergsma and Persichetti), and Mills College, Oakland, 1961-63 (composition with Luciano Berio and Darius Milhaud). Worked with San Francisco tape music centre 1963-65, then established his own electronic studio in New York City and formed his own ensemble, Steve Reich and Musicians, 1966, with which he achieved international fame and success.
"A performance for us is a situation where all the musicians, including myself, attempt to set aside our individual thoughts and feelings of the moment, and try to focus our minds and bodies clearly on the realization of one continuous musical process." (Steve Reich)
> New feature. QuickTime video files for your iPod. Download three excerpts from Todd Weinstein's multimedia productions for museums and corporations in iPod compatible mpeg4 [H.264] format.
> Workshop with Ostkreuz Schule (Berlin) students, New York City, May 2006 > GALLERY 2006: I have been hosting and teaching a group of students from the Ostkreuz Schule based in Berlin, Germany to explore New York City, meeting photographers, artists studios, museums, magazines, and galleries throughout the city. I also assign a project theme for the students during there New York City visit.
I organized a class trip workshop to Italy. We are in the planning stages for doing workshop trips to other counties as well as continuing the annual New York workshop.
Ben-Zion house · Magnum · Marc Asnin · Mel Adelglass · Peter Norrman · Steve Zehentner · Andres Serrano · Aaron Anderson · Duane Micheals · Edwynn Houk Gallery · Howard Greenberg Gallery · International Center of Photography · Jay Maisel · Jim Salzano · Ken Horowitz · Stephanie Berger · Thomas Hoepker
OSTKREUZ · Schule für Fotografie und Gestaltung
OnClick NYC : "Dreaming with Open Eyes" | workshop
in NYC, May 13-23, 2007