Surrealism music

April 28, 2016
Surrealism music by RGHOLLY
  • Bootsy Collins with bass electric guitar in Cincinnati, Ohio, 2010.

    Michael Weintrob

  • Uncle Lionel Batiste with bass drum in New Orleans, La., 2010.

    Michael Weintrob

  • Steven Bernstein with trumpet and slide trumpet in Brooklyn, N.Y., 2011.

    Michael Weintrob

  • Zakir Hussain with tabla drums in San Rafael, Calif., 2011.

    Michael Weintrob

  • Anat Cohen with clarinets in Brooklyn, N.Y., 2011.

    Michael Weintrob

  • Marshall Allen with alto saxophone in ny, N.Y., 2011.

    Michael Weintrob

  • DJ Logic with Kaoss Pad and turntable in Brooklyn, N.Y., 2011.

    Michael Weintrob

  • Kirk Joseph with sousaphone in New Orleans, La., 2010.

    Michael Weintrob

  • Bill Summers with shekere and bata drums, brand new Orleans, La., 2010.

    Michael Weintrob

  • Omar Sosa with piano keys and Dr. test device in Barcelona, Spain, 2011.

    Michael Weintrob

  • Big Chief Monk Boudreaux with tambourine in New Orleans, La., 2010.

    Michael Weintrob

  • Lenny White with cymbal in Brooklyn, N.Y., 2010.

    Michael Weintrob

  • Mickey Hart with drums and "The Beam" in Sebastopol, Calif., 2010.

    Michael Weintrob

New-York-based Michael Weintrob is the formal photographer of the 43rd Barcelona Voll-Damm International Jazz Festival. "we came across him whenever I required an image of [jazz concert producer] George Wein once we offered the great impresario with his trio last year, " claims Joan Anton Cararach, the event manager. (Barcelona is a sister event on Newport Jazz Festival, established by Wein.) "I saw Michael working quite difficult in New York and Newport, and I actually liked his approach to live show photography."

Weintrob occupied the Gran Hotel Havana, event head office, starting Oct. 26. During festival, he became anything of an anchor resident and a self-described "camp counselor" to journalists covering the occasions on a temporary basis.

Fifteen photos from Weintrob's portraiture series, InstrumentHead, had been exhibited when you look at the hotel lobby, through help from U.S. Consulate in Barcelona. "InstrumentHead is a project I've been working on for five years, " states Weintrob. "they truly are surrealist portraits of performers, and I also'm wanting to tell their particular story without witnessing their particular face. The idea is to keep tips into the pictures, therefore their particular followers can guess who they really are without seeing their face."

More than 200 musicians have participated in the task to date. There have been conversations about a novel and a fan-funded internet based archive, and a 2013 exhibition in the rock-and-roll Hall of Fame.

In Barcelona, Weintrob spent their days shooting artist clinics, carrying out pupil workshops, and talking during the Catalan Institute for photographer. During the night, he captured the shows and special activities, spread-over 30 days, that are collectively referred to as Barcelona Jazz Festival. "It is a big honor to have a surrealist exhibition in Catalonia, your home of surrealist art and a place where Dali, Miro and Picasso all made a direct impact."

"Michael was already set to arrive at Barcelona, and so I believed it might be a good idea to make him our formal photographer, " Cararach states. "I adored the thought of having a photographer from abroad discover the festival — our venues, our general public, our love for meals and wine. He is working hard, but he is having fun. I'm pleased to see my event through their eyes. He's become a real Barcelonian."

Source: www.npr.org
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