Josephine Sacabo Featuring the outstanding images that have been shared with Rfotofolio. To learn more about the work ofJosephine Sacabo please visit her page by clicking on her name.
“When I photograph, what I’m really doing is seeking answers to things.” Wynn Bullock Read More
“…those who dance were called insane by those who could not hear the music” This series of photogravures is a homage to Nahui Olin (b. Carmen Mondragon), the muse, artist, poet, social rebel and great beauty of Mexico in the 1920s – a woman who mesmerized the artists of the period – Diego Rivera, Dr… Read More
” This artist presents images that are mysterious, haunting, dreamlike. There are interesting juxtapositions between what we conventionally define as animate and inanimate things, raising questions about what is living and what is not and how various aspects of existence are connected.” Barbara Bullock-Wilson
Some of the photographers that made the past year special.
I began working on the images one day out of anguish and ended up rescued by a depth of meaning I never really meant to touch. The resulting images are 21 x 26 inch hand-colored photogravures combining the graffiti of New Orleans with religious imagery from San Miguel in Mexico – the dueling iconographies of the two… Read More
“I began working on the images one day out of anguish and ended up rescued by a depth of meaning I never really meant to touch.”
Josephine Sacabo Read More
We at Rfotofolio thank all the photographers for making 2015 so memorable. Here is to the coming years. What will you create? Read More
Some photographers capture the gritty world of the streets, others take us to colorful exotic lands.Tami gives us her poetry in the form of her images. Rfotofolio is pleased to bring you the work and words of Tami Bone. Please tell us about yourself. I was born in South Texas, my parents were loving… Read More
I am a photographer who divides her time between San Miguel De Allende Mexico and New Orleans – two architectural treasure troves. What is architecture to me? Ideally – a shelter for daydreams Often – a betrayal To learn more about Josephine Sacabo please visit her site at, Josephine Sacabo