Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Dark Glass at Get The Picture

Lawrence, KS
Lawrence, KS



Tucumcari, NM
Tucumcari, NM



39th St, KC
39th St, KC



Southwest Blvd, KC
Southwest Blvd, KC


My new portfolio 'Dark Store' (window shopping in the recession) can now be seen in full at my agency website 'Get The Picture':

http://getthepicture.free.fr/Photographes/Kossoff/DS1/index.html

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Dark Glass (Window Shopping in the Recession)


Tucumcari, NM
Las Vegas, NM



Ottawa, KS
Ottowa, KS



Carthage, MO
Carthage, MO



39th St, KC
39th St, KC, MO


For the last year or so I have been working on a series called 'Dark Store' (Window Shopping in the Recession) where I have photographed store fronts, both here in Kansas and on my other travels around the U.S. during the economical recession. This series has now been edited and sent to Get The Picture and will appear in full on their website sometime next week. Here are some images from this new body of work.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Overland Park, KS (VII)

Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS


Here are more recent images from my on-going series about Overland Park, Kansas where I live. For further details about this project please see some of my previous postings.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Friday, May 7, 2010

Overland Park, KS (V)


Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS


Here are more images from my present project which explores Overland Park, Kansas, where I live.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Overland Park, KS (VI) Rio Theatre


















The Rio is a restored Art Deco cinema in downtown Overland Park, which shows mainly art house and independent movies. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in February of 2005.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Overland Park, KS (III)


Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS



Overland Park, KS


Here is a selection of new images from my continuing series about Overland Park, Kansas, where I live.
Overland Park has been consistently ranked in the top 10 best cities to live in the United States, by CNN/Money magazine. Additionally, the city was ranked one of the ‘best places to raise your kids’ and also ranked 3rd for ‘America’s 10 best places to grow up’. As a photographer this news comes as an inspiration and something of a shock to me and I have decided to explore what it is that gives Overland Park this status.