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Anyway Reps Photographers featured in the Huffington Post for Work with Art Start

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In 2014 Anyway Reps was proud to partner with Art Start (www.art-start.org) a New York based non-profit that utilizes the creative process to engage and give voice to homeless and court-involved youth.  Anyway photographers Natalie Brasington, Adrian Broom, Joshua Dalsimer, Steve Giralt, and David Johnson participated in the project, which was co-founded by Brasington with Art Start co-executive directors Johanna De Los Santos and Hannah Immerman.

 The whole Anyway gang got involved, with Anyway’s Director of Styling, Heather Newberger, creating looks for the youth, and Anyway stylist Edward Scott set dressing.  DCOY Studios donated all the retouching and post production services to the project and Rosemont Press donated the exhibition prints.  An exhibition of the Art Start Portrait Project is now on display at Canon’s Walk in the South Street Seaport.  An opening reception will be held Thursday, September 17th and is free and open to the public.    

See the full article by heading to the Huffington Post website, or following this link.

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The New York Times reviews Adrien Broom’s Envy: One Sin, Seven Stories show.

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Bartholomew Bland, the deputy director of theHudson River Museum, was enthralled by the challenge of curating a show about the sin of envy.

“Envy is the subtlest and also the most corrosive of the sins,” he said. “It is often expressed under the cloak of something else. Envy is the hidden sin.

In many ways, it’s the least visual.”

Nevertheless, the resulting exhibition, “Envy, One Sin, Seven Stories: Adrien Broom,” is highly visual, interweaving images of desire, vengeance and gore.

The show fills three galleries with 58 large-scale digital color prints, three reproductions of stage sets used to shoot some of the photographs, and installations

that depict characters and scenarios from classic fairy tales whose plots are driven by envy.

All of the work was created for the exhibition by Ms. Broom, a multimedia artist based in Brooklyn, who described herself as a storyteller.

“Envy, One Sin, Seven Stories” highlights the impact of the sin in six other fairy tales as well, including “Cinderella”;“Beauty and the Beast”; “The Singing Bone”; “Sprightly Water, Talking Bird, Singing Tree”;

“The Black Bride and the White One”; and “The Goose Girl.”

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Read the whole article here

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Envy, One Sin, Seven Stories. An installation by Adrien Broom – Opening night Friday, June 26

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Adrien Broom’s Envy, One Sin, Seven Stories. Hudson River Museum.

Opening night Friday, June 26, 6.30 – 7.30pm

 

Here is some info on getting to the museum…

From NYC: The easiest way is to take Metro North from Grand Central to Glenwood station. They leave about every 30 minuets and it takes about 30 min. From the station it is a 5 min walk to the museum through a little park… (map below) http://bettermetronorth.com/

You can also obviously drive, but just take into mind that it’s Friday evening, and traffic leaving the city could be a bit of a bitch.

From Everywhere else:
There is plenty of parking at the museumHudson River Museum

511 Warburton Ave, Yonkers, NY 10701

Last but not least, please take a few seconds to RSVP so they will have your name and a good count for catering. :) rsvp@hrm.org

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Adrien Broom & Kristen Meyer Collaborate on New ‘Set in a Box’ Series for the Hudson River Museum

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Photography / Concepts: Adrien Broom @ ANYWAY REPS

Props & Sets: Kristen Meyer

Hair & Make Up: DD Nickel

 

Images commissioned by the Hudson Museum for their upcoming exhibition The Seven Deadly Sins: Envy to feature the work of Adrien Broom.

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Adrien Broom’s THE COLOR PROJECT Opens Tonight @ the Azart Gallery as Part of Group Show “Framing Childhood”

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Check out Adrien’s work on the Anyway Reps website, or at the Azart Gallery‘s opening tonight in Chelsea from 6 – 8pm!

 

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Adrien Broom Introduces Mario Batali as The King in Her Latest ‘Envy’ Series, Comissioned by the Hudson River Museum

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Check out this sweet BTS of Adrien Broom on set with everyone’s favorite Eataly owner!

Want to see more of Adrien’s work? Head to AnywayReps.com for other fairytale imagery, The Color Project & more..

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Go BTS with Adrien Broom and Her Rainbow World

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After years of hard work, Adrien Broom’s Color Project is almost complete!

See more form Adrien’s Color Project by heading to the Anyway Reps website, and stay tuned for more images & video from the Rainbow World – to come !

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Adrien Broom’s Studio Featured in the Huffington Post

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Location isn’t everything, right?  Although they may have gotten her coordinates wrong, we’re thrilled that the Huffington Post chose to feature Adrien Broom’s studio – nestled in the heart of New Haven, CT.  Hit the whole article by following this link, and head to the Anyway Reps website to see other creative work from Adrien, and more!