Denver Botanical Gardens
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Peyote People Gallery part 1
10.14.13 | No Comments

Oh we found the most lovely gallery in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.  I was so happy they let me take some photos at their beautiful store. Check out the Peyote People Gallery site. I almost bought every single owl in the shop! Here is the first part… Look at all these lovely animals.








Mexico City
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Mexico City
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Mexico City
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shop005everything is on sale all the time!

shop006little girl all in pink by the side of the road


shop009fresh coconuts!

shop014coconut water and freash cut cocnut with lime and paprika

pretty skull beads purchased by my friend at the witchcraft market

I wish US money had gorgeous female artists on it

Mexican bunny!
10.02.13 | No Comments

Mexican bunny made from tiny little beads!

Photo taken at: Museo Nacional de Antropología e Historia


Steve Back
07.01.13 | No Comments

I love these aerial photos of Kalbarri, Western Australia’s Hutt Lagoon, the world’s largest Beta Carotene farm by Australian engineer turned photographer Steve Back.

All images by

Sarah Charlesworth
06.28.13 | No Comments

This week I was heartbroken to hear of the passing of Sarah Charlesworth. It is strange because I have been thinking of her so much lately. Last weekend I had just watched the brilliant film “Guest of Cindy Sherman” which she appears in. I kept reminding myself to contact her, but I never did…

Sarah Charlesworth was my School of Visual Arts MFA in Photo thesis mentor in 2000/2001 and also a huge inspiration to me artistically and conceptually. She was the one that suggested I start doing my photograms on color transparency film instead of just making one of a kinds on paper. That way I could reproduce my work and create editions in the darkroom. I made This whole series on 8×10 film while studying under her guidance at SVA.

I am so thankful to have had Charlesworth and Traub as my teachers. They were so supportive of my very experimental work, especially at a time when the rest of my peers were mostly doing straight documentary and representational photography.

Here are the words from our department chair Charles H. Traub followed by a few of my favorite images by Sarah Charlesworth.

Prayers to her close family and friends.

Charlesworth in New York in 1990. (Photo by Anthony Barboza, courtesy Susan Inglett Gallery)

Dear All,

It is with great sadness and shock that I inform you of the untimely death of our friend, colleague, and mentor Sarah Charlesworth. Apparently, in the past 24 hours, she suffered a brain aneurysm and died without pain or suffering. This is a great loss to all of us personally and indeed to the extended cultural world of which she was a part. At this point, we do not know about funeral services or memorials, but will inform all at the appropriate time.

Sarah was a member of the School of Visual Arts’ Photography, Video & Related Media faculty for 23 years. She was a pillar of this program, a beloved teacher, and remarkable counsel for the issues and directions of our curriculum. Further, we all admired her for her enthusiasm and love of art and her diligence as an artist. She was a great one! Sarah connected the intellectual threads and currents between photography and the conceptual issues of the visual world through her work, which always stood on its own. Each piece was arresting, engaging the viewer in the sheer delight of its visual formation and in the conundrums with which it challenged its audience.

Sarah Charlesworth will be missed in uncountable ways. Her students, her friends, and particularly, her family, are her greatest tribute. This department’s condolences go out to all.

With great sadness,

Charles H. Traub

1960s fashion illustrations by Antonio Lopez
05.15.13 | No Comments

Pangaea from Hessle Audio
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Sunrise, Sunset
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Goodbye Goa!
03.02.13 | No Comments

my token India cow photos

window shopping!
02.28.13 | No Comments

I had so much fun window shopping at the little touristy bazaar in Arambol with Jes.

It’s my birthday!
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Mutek 2012
06.12.12 | No Comments

Heading to Montréal for Mutek every year is always very inspirational and fun! Here are some vacation snapshots.

Jeff Mills

Jeff Mills

Jeff Mills

St. James Church exterior

St. James Church interior

St. James Church interior

Old Fashioned Camera Shop


Alex Smoke

Public Lover

Public Lover

Alex Smoke & Bryan

Palais des congrès de Montréal

Palais des congrès de Montréal

I love the new steps at SAT, light peaks through the glass circles

Fresh dumplings being made in Chinatown!

After a decadent Syrian food meal with Peter Van Hoesen and friends

Sentimental Journey
03.21.12 | No Comments

I made a very sappy mix called “Sentimental Journey” for my dear friend Jane Lerner’s CD club. There are 12 members in the CD Club and each person is designated a specific month to make a mix, create a cover, and mail it to the 11 others across the country. My month was February, of course I got it off on the very last day, which leap year made it the 29th. I wanted to share it digitally. So feel free to download it and have a listen. Here are some photos of the hand painted covers.

Mike Servito
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Photographs by Seze Devres, 2012

Nick Cave’s Creatures
09.28.11 | No Comments

Yesterday I ventured to Chelsea to visit the two solo exhibitions by the artist Nick Cave. One is at Mary Boone Gallery and the other is at Jack Shainman. His work is a real treat to see in person. There is a really great documentation of the Jack Shainman show here on their gallery site.

Fur bunny icemen!

Lyricalinear 2008
06.19.09 | No Comments

I added a few images from 2008 to my site

Seze Devres, sz08-0506b from Lyricalinear 2008, Digial C Print, 16×20

Seze Devres, sz08-0506d from Lyricalinear 2008, Digial C Print, 16×20

Seze Devres, sz08-0506e from Lyricalinear 2008, Digial C Print, 16×20

Detroit 2009: Day 1
06.04.09 | No Comments

It is always hard for me to sum up a trip. I have been going to Detroit every year for the past 4 years. This year was a bit different because we threw 3 parties at the beautiful dark wood lined club Oslo. So it was less of a rave vacation and it was more about working and party picture taking.

Our trip started out with a delicious techno family meal at Roast. I ate the best marinated smoked salmon ever to cross my lips. Chef Jeff made sure I had plenty to eat as everyone else munched on meaty treats like beef cheek and bone marrow.

Gratia, Eric, Jan

We ate like kings before The Bunker Detroit party with Jan Krueger, Derek Plaslaiko, Spinoza performing. I managed to take these photos in almost total darkness.

…and at the party I met this lovely celebrating couple that met exactly a year ago in Detroit

photos by Seze Devres