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What is EOS? - EOS Magazine
EOS Magazine

WHAT IS EOS?

 

Under the creative direction of New York City photographer Elizabeth Waterman, EOS Magazine celebrates the courage, vision, and significance of leading-edge artists in a wide range of genres and mediums. Accompanying Ms.Waterman’s compelling portraits are profiles composed by EOS feature writers based on interviews with the artists. This combination of images and text gives the reader startling new perspectives on the nature and spirit of the contemporary art world.

With new features released weekly on www.eosisnow.com, EOS Magazine is exclusively available online.

 

Elizabeth Waterman (née Waugh) is a New York City-based artist whose work highlights the spirit of her generation’s emergence and transformation. Since 2009, she has shot fashion and advertising photography and provided creative direction for clients such as Ms. Magazine and designers Elie Tahari, Pamela Love, and Ahi. Her work has also been featured at ROX Gallery and Wallplay (New York) and Alitash Kebede Gallery (Los Angeles). Her qualifications include a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Southern California and certification from Hallmark Institute of Photography in Massachusetts. She was born in 1985, in Taos, New Mexico.

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 “Waterman’s photographs blend stark minimalism into black and white frames with her natural ability to break her subject down—seducing them to a state of vulnerability.”

– Chad Saville, Beautiful Savage Magazine

“One daring young artist is taking the art world by storm the way only her generation would. World Wide Web first, real life to follow. Meet photographer Elizabeth Waterman, a twenty-something, Brooklyn-based artist, who is shaping a burgeoning career on her own terms, purposefully and with conviction.”

– Stacy SchneiderHuffington Post

 

 

 

 

 

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