Michael Dweck is an American visual artist working in both black and white and color photography. He specializes in photographing female nudes and exotic and evocative locations. His major artworks have been what is known as “narrative series.” He was born and raised in the state of New York, where he is still currently located. Graduating from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn in the late 1970s, he soon after started his own commercial advertising agency. In 2002 he decided to close it, although he had won dozens of awards for his creative work. Photography had been a life-long hobby, and he had picked it up professionally in 2001. His first major work was shown in 2004, entitled “The End: Montauk, N.Y.” It was a series of posed photos of female nudes and setting elements of the beach at the end of Long Island. In this series Dweck attempted to evoke his perception of a vanishing era of a beloved location of his youth. Subsequent major works of Michael Dweck have been Mermaids (2008), a collection of photographs of female nudes posing underwater, and most recently Havana Libre (2010), a narrative series featuring photographs of artists and the art scene in contemporary Cuba. Less
Michael Dweck is an American visual artist working in both black and white and color photography. He specializes in photographing female nudes and exotic and evocative locations. His major artworks have been what is known as “narrative series.” H More
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