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Imaging USA (Booth #1540)

 

 

The Moab team is packing up the crates and traveling to Phoenix for the annual Imaging USA show.

The highlight in our booth will be focused on the new Slickrock Metallic Silver. If you have been interested in giving this paper a try, then swing by our booth #1540  to pick up your free sample.

Featured at the show, our very own Moab Master Jim Lasala, will be showcasing several of his breathtaking prints from his portfolio. Jim will also be giving away signed 8.5x11 images of selected pieces of his work.

In addition to our entire Moab line,we will also be showing the Museo range of fine art inkjet papers, including their 100% cotton Artist Cards.

 Hope to see you in Phoenix. 

Moab Team

"Killed" With Printing By Jim Roselli

"Killed" will be on display November 25th-December 20th at the Pure Space Studio, 601W 26th St, 12th floor, Suite 1225, NYC. "KIlled" will  feature images by more than 20 photographers including Hans Gissinger, Kenjie Toma, Marcus Nilsson, Ilan Rubin, Anita Calero, Marcus Gaab, Plamen Petkov and Christain Witkin. Food stylish Victoria Granof has also arranged to show mementos from her years working with Irving Penn. All of the photos will be printed by master printer Jim Roselli of Xact studios in NYC on Moab Paper.

PhotoPlus Day 1 Highlights

What a whirlwind of a day! The show was packed. Slickrock Metallic Silver almost stole the show, but it had some stiff competition with the Moab Master presentations at the far end of the booth. Large 40x60 prints on the Silver from Harold Davis and Jim LaSala truly showed the impressive caliber of this amazing paper.

And those who were able to see the five Moab Master presentations got a real treat with insights into NASA, Haiti, Cuba, African wildlife and fashion. Live Slickrock printing demos on the new Canon Pixma PRO-1 rounded out the day.

The line-up tomorrow is equally impressive:

11:00am Michael Zide Through A Photographer’s Eyes
12:00pm Jody Dole Renowned image maker and digital photographer pioneer
3:00pm Ryszard Horowitz Capturing nonexistent world

The Ultimate Photographic Expedition To Antarctica

Join Moab Master photographer Joshua Holko and pro wildlife and nature Photographer Daniel Bergmann on the Ultimate photographic expedition to Antarctica.  This expedition is strictly limited to 50 participants plus leaders for this trip of a life time.

At this time, there is only one triple share male space remaining, one twin-share and one-twin private place available before the trip is sold out. For additional information including a full itinerary and cost please contact Joshua Holko at 0408 408 818 or by email info@jholko.com.

Click here for a recent article on Joshua's workshops

Aussie Moab Master

We're excited to announce the addition of our very first Australian to the Moab Master program.  Joshua Holko has appeared a few times in this blog recognizing his award-winning work.  

His recent photo Blue Berg won the prestigious Gold Award at the Australian Professional Photography Awards.  The upcoming issue of Color Magazine will also be featuring his work in a four-page spread.  And next month the International Aperture Academy will be featuring Holko as their photographer of the month.

We were impressed by his overall body of work (not to mention his favorite paper being Moab). Holko prints all his exhibition images on Somerset Museum Rag, which "has a gorgeous, sensuous texture that is a delight for the senses."

Welcome to Moab-country, Joshua.  

Lauren Henkin at Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, OR

Moab Master photographer Lauren Henkin has been invited by Portland's (Oregon) Blue Sky Gallery to discuss her work, and Displaced, her new artist book (printed on Entrada Rag). Displaced is based on her self-imposed Nova Scotian exile.

Stop by on Saturday, December 12th at 3 p.m. Lauren will be showing a copy of the book, signing prints and will talk about the making of the two portfolios that comprise the project.

"...these black-and-white photos stir with a contemplativeness and emotional directness that carry the frisson of discovery. We're witnessing the development -- pun intended -- of a peculiar, worthy talent." - David Row, The Oregonian (Read the full review here.)


Blue Sky is a non-profit space dedicated to educating the public about photography. Their special mission continues to be showing artists that no one has ever heard of, but will. As such, Blue Sky has been credited with having the best record of discovering new photographers of any artists' space in the country.

Hope to see you there.

A Moab Master

I first met the photographer and bookmaker Lauren Henkin about two weeks ago and I was instantly blown away.  I was taken aback at the craftsmanship and detail that went in to each handmade book (using Entrada Rag as the pages) and was reminded of the many different ways that artists use to present their work.  The book that Lauren showed me had the Entrada pages professionally bound to a hardcover, cloth-lined case.

Lauren's books made such a huge impression on everyone here at Moab that we asked her to become a Moab Master. Over the years we have had the fortune to work with so many photographers and artists who use Moab papers to enhance their work, but we had no method to share these photographers with the world.   So we developed the Moab Masters - a collection of artists both well-established and up-and-coming, each with their own unique voice. You'll find artists who are just about to take off, like Lauren, alongside long-established photographers such as Douglas Kirkland, Robert Farber and Barbara Bordnick. The Moab Master galleries can be found on our Facebook page.