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Miriam Danar NYC Street Photos Published In Top Magazine

September 15th, 2015

Miriam Danar NYC Street Photos Published In Top Magazine

NYC photographer Miriam Danar was invited to publish her street photography in Edge of Humanity Magazine, an online publication featuring "Raw Worldwide Street, Travel Photography, Foreign Affairs, Global Economy, International Cuisine, Poetry, Art, Human Condition and Philosophical Ramblings." Her "B&W Street Photography Essay New York City, USA" appeared in the September 8, 2015 issue, featuring 11 photos taken on the streets of New York.


The magazine's people-focused orientation is reminiscent of the great publications of the mid-Twentieth Century, Life and Look Magazine, and evocative of the seminal Steichen-curated exhibition "The Family of Man," held at the Museum of Modern Art in 1955. Miriam owns several copies of the exhibition book, and believes that classic pictures of the human condition are ageless and timeless.


David D. Busch, the world's #1 best-selling author of digital photography camera guides, states on the photographer's professional...

30 Percent-off Pre-holiday Discount Sale - First 15 Buyers Only

October 29th, 2014

30 Percent-off Pre-holiday Discount Sale - First 15 Buyers Only

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

In advance of the holidays, NYC-based photographer Miriam Danar is hosting a 30% OFF PRE-HOLIDAY DISCOUNT SALE on Prints, available to the first 15 buyers, only. The sale will only run until Monday, Nov. 10, 2014. There are currently 12 prints left and the artist urges anyone who is planning on gift-giving this season to take advantage quickly.

Ms. Danar specializes in "New York City Noir," although she also portrays the softer side of life in the form of romantic florals and the beauties of autumn, lush flowering trees in spring, and the touching innocence of children. Her entire New York City Noir gallery of images on Fine Art America is discounted at 30% off all prints.

The artist describes her work as, "Oldtime urban street Noir, romantic Gotham mood, and extreme-edited futurist cityscapes in glittering color. A comprehensive view of New York City; where artistic license meets traditional street. Avenues, icons, and people that...

NYC Photographer Miriam Danar Makes NY1 Picture Of The Day For Eighth Time

September 27th, 2014

NYC Photographer Miriam Danar Makes NY1 Picture Of The Day For Eighth Time

Miriam Danar's photography has now been chosen eight times over the last year as "Picture of the Day" for New York City's own dedicated television news station, "NY1."

After submitting images for over a year, her "Brooklyn Diner" was finally picked in mid-August 2013, with seven more following in the ensuing months, including two published during last year's and this year's opening of the United Nations General Assembly. Her latest newspic, View of the UN and Tudor City, ran on television and online for two days as NY1's Picture of the Day. She found out from a friend's text that her submission from the night before had been published and shown on television early on Sept. 23 and continued through Sept. 24.

The artist is grateful to the television station for choosing her work out of many entries, and looks forward to continuing contributions. "New York is an infinite source of inspiration offering images that are newsworthy and informative to viewers; one reason...

Unique Museum Opening For NYC Photographer Miriam Danar

August 24th, 2014

 Unique Museum Opening For NYC Photographer Miriam Danar

NYC-based photographer Miriam Danar has been invited to exhibit her photographs at the Museum of Arts & Culture (the MAC) at New Rochelle High School in New Rochelle, NY this fall, with an open house for the public and alumni on Saturday, Sept. 20th. The MAC is a program of the New Rochelle Fund for Educational Excellence and is the only Regents-chartered museum in a school in the State of New York, providing an on-site museum experience for students and serving as a cultural asset for the community at large.

A graduate of New Rochelle High School, the Rhode Island School of Design, and historic Art Students League, Miriam exhibits in NY, Los Angeles, and online. Her Patch network galleries appear throughout the Eastern US, and she has been interviewed on radio and television about her urban photography. Although she has been a docent at the RISD Museum of Art in Providence, RI, this is her first exhibit in a museum with the focus on her own work. Her work has also just been...

Photographer Miriam Danar Hosts Marathon Of Flowers For Mothers Day

May 11th, 2014

Photographer Miriam Danar Hosts Marathon Of Flowers For Mothers Day

In honor of Mother's Day, NYC-based photographer Miriam Danar will host a day-long "Marathon of Flowers," where, for one day, she will post as many photos as she can of beautiful blooms and fabulous florals on her site at Fine Art America (FAA). This is a departure from her black and white street art a la the famed Magnum photographers of "Life Magazine," and "cut-glass," colorful cityscapes of New York, reminiscent of stained glass.

The artist dedicates all sales to the care of her mother, an amazing woman living an inspirational life. Although the marathon posting will go on all day, the images will remain in her gallery, "Mother's Day & Year-Round Gift Ideas - with Marathon of Flowers," and are available for purchase beyond today's holiday. They can be purchased as gifts in the form of posters, framed prints, greeting cards, or other formats.

To see the "Marathon of Flowers," visit:...

Photographer Miriam Danar To Exhibit In Unique Museum

May 10th, 2014

Photographer Miriam Danar To Exhibit In Unique Museum

NYC-based photographer Miriam Danar has been invited to exhibit her photographs at the Museum of Arts & Culture (the MAC) at New Rochelle High School in New Rochelle, NY this coming September, 2014. The MAC is a program of the New Rochelle Fund for Educational Excellence and is the only Regents-chartered museum in a school in the State of New York, providing an on-site museum experience for students and serving as a cultural asset for the community at large.

A graduate of New Rochelle High School, the Rhode Island School of Design, and historic Art Students League, Miriam exhibits in NY, Los Angeles, and online. Her Patch network galleries appear throughout the Eastern US, and she has been interviewed on radio and television about her urban photography. Although she has been a docent at the RISD Museum of Art in Providence, RI, this is her first exhibit in a museum with the focus on her own work.

Miriam's photography follows two paths: black and white street art a...

UPDATE NYC Photographer Miriam Danar Makes NY1 Picture Of The Day For Sixth Time

December 16th, 2013

UPDATE NYC Photographer Miriam Danar Makes NY1 Picture Of The Day For Sixth Time

Miriam Danar's photography has now been chosen six times over the last four months as "Picture of the Day" for New York City's own dedicated television news station, "NY1."

After submitting images for over a year, her "Brooklyn Diner" was finally picked in mid-August 2013, with five others following in the ensuing months, including one published during the annual United Nations General Assembly. Her latest newspic, the giant Christmas wreath in the Helmsley Building just outside Grand Central Station, has been running on television and online for several days as NY1's Picture of the Day.

The artist is grateful to the television station for choosing her work out of many entries, and looks forward to continuing contributions. "New York is an infinite source of inspiration offering images that are newsworthy and informative to viewers; one reason why I never leave the house without my camera!"

Miriam's work may be seen on her FaceBook page as well as at Fine...

NYC Photographer Miriam Danar Makes NY1 Picture Of The Day For Fifth Time

December 8th, 2013

NYC Photographer Miriam Danar Makes NY1 Picture Of The Day For Fifth Time

Miriam Danar's photography was chosen five times over the last four months as "Picture of the Day" for New York City's own dedicated television news station, "NY1." After submitting images for over a year, her "Brooklyn Diner" was finally picked in mid-August 2013, with four others following in the ensuing months, including one published during the annual United Nations General Assembly. The artist is grateful to the television station for choosing her work out of many entries, and looks forward to contributing again. "As I see more and more around me, I wish to share more and more with the public, to portray the city in all its diversity."

Miriam's work may be seen on her FaceBook page as well as at Fine Art America. She exhibits in the city and publishes online photo galleries on a regular basis.