HEP MAGAZINE PUBLISHES VOLUME 2

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150 Million People: The 2019 Kumbh Mela drew over 150 million pilgrims to the shores of the Ganges and Yamuna Rivers to celebrate the mystical truths of faith. Spectacular and phenomenal, this years’ festival was the largest in history. Join us in our exploration of the best of the human experience in Volume 2 of HEP.

Click here to view HEP Volume TWO

We look forward to hearing from you!

David + Gay

(To learn more, please visit our site The Human Experience Project)

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© David Katzenstein
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INTRODUCING HEP ONLINE

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Join us in celebrating The Human Experience Project!

Shining a light on joy, education, and service our goal is to create visual

narrative content supporting mission-based organizations, institutions, and individuals

who inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge and strengthen our communities.

Click here to view HEP Volume One

We look forward to hearing from you!

David + Gay

(To learn more, please visit our site The Human Experience Project)

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© David Katzenstein

BLACK on WHITE Exhibition Opens in New York City

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Sherrie Nickol and David Katzenstein are pleased to announce the opening of their joint exhibition Black on White at Symphony Space in New York City. The series grew out of Katzenstein’s and Nickol’s larger collaboration, The Citizen Project, where they photographed 2500 people in their NOHO studio over a three-year period. These silhouettes serve as a study about shape and form. When the photographers backlit their subjects, gestures and movements became simplified and magnified at the same time. Shown together, the silhouettes take on a cohesiveness as their subjects are flattened against the same white plane.