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A Curious Collection of Mid-20th Century “Selfies”

Mystery Photobooth Portraits Baffle Historians .Writer Patti Verbanas recently contacted Gia On The Move with the incredible story of a photo collection, currently showing at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, New Brunswick, New Jersey, which in the strangest way... Continue Reading →

‘Through Irish Eyes’ : The Ireland We’ve Longed To Know Better

In honer of Saint Patrick's Day Glitterati presented a selection of photographs from Through Irish Eyes:   A Visual Companion to Angela McCourt's Ireland. Through Irish Eyes adds a visual dimension to the Ireland that so many readers of Angeles Ashes -... Continue Reading →

Myriam Abdelaziz: A Woman Living After the Revolution

On the heels of International Women's Day, the following story appeared in our mailbox from Glitterati Inc. and The Click Magazine, a publication dedicated to photography. The story however is less photography and more reality where women are concerned. Just... Continue Reading →

Tokyo Is Adorned on March 11th

“Thomas Card has documented the madness and fabulousness of Japanese youth culture with relentless, joyful clarity.”—Simon Doonan, Creative Ambassador, Barneys NY Tokyo Adorned, the first book from acclaimed New York-based photographer and director Thomas C. Card, will be released on March 11 by Booth-Clibborn Editions with... Continue Reading →

Marriage In The Modern Age: Graffiti Style

Celebrity photographer Robert Zuckerman featured newlywed couple, Katherine and Jordan Niefeld in the Wynwood Art District of Miami, Florida. This striking exhibition (and truly one of Gia On The Move's favorite submissions to date!) tells a colorfully carved out story... Continue Reading →

Kristian Schmidt and Shawn Heinrichs Capture Mermaids In A Shark Tank

This past week exhibited the mesmerizing imagery of Kristian Schmidt and Shawn Heinrichs during Art Basel Miami 2013 and the World's first shark photoshoot. In a bid to raise awareness of the extinction of Whale Sharks, both renowned photographers collaborated... Continue Reading →

Streetscape: NYC

NYC Subway Train Musicians captured by Brooklyn based photographer Mark Neuwirth

“I See Dead People”

Hollywood Forever cemetery celebrated Dia de los Muertas in style on Saturday, November 2, 2013. Gia On The Move was able to get a few last minutes photos.

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Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table designed by John Foster table design interior fun color glass table desk

Cool and Colorful Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table designed by John Foster

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New York City Streetscapes by Mark Neuwirth

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Gone Glamping: Good Earth Tea Winner of “Untamed Moments” Contest

Good Earth Tea, the brand synonymous with bold flavors, yesterday announced the winner of their Untamed Moments contest, a search to find the most unique and exciting examples of their fans living adventurously. The stunning winning photo, entitled Untamed Exuberance,... Continue Reading →

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