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2018 Sketch Collection 2018 Sketch Collection QUICK VIEW

2018 Sketch Collection

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OUT OF STOCK  This remarkable book is a collection of Kim Jung Gi's work after publishing his 2016 collection of sketches.   Browse through and enjoy his various concepts for private and commercial projects along with his many doodles.  Discover the educational materials that he collected for lectures.  You will view the incredible works that he created in his personal sketchbook with many consisting of drawings while he was traveling.   Pages: 314 Weight: 3.3 lb Dimension: 8.5" x 11"  ISBN 9791189193034    


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Behind the lens, documenting the sequence of events, there was the eyes of Steve McCurry, one of the most beloved photographers for its ability to tell the distant corners of the world by making them feel as neighbors reach.  "McCurry, NYC, 9/11" is a story about the life of photojournalist Steve McCurry, best known for his striking cover photo for National Geographic, depicting an Afghan girl with piercing sapphire green eyes. Steve McCurry was in New York on September 11, 2001.  Manhattan is his island, his home port between assignments as he crisscrosses the globe.   The Twin Towers were the focal point of his skyline.  He watched from afar as they fell, and then took in their absence from up close during the long days that followed.  He documented the incomprehensible and bore witness to the wounds of a city and its people.   Fifteen years later, Dupuis Editions, Caurette Editions, and Magnum Photos collaborate to consider that tragic day through the eyes of two great image creators:  humanist photographer Steve McCurry and gifted illustrator Kim Jung Gi. The resulting story, while rooted in the less of the World Trade Center, expands far beyond the boundaries of Ground Zero to include the photographer's extensive travels and the iconic images they have generated.  Steve McCurry, the "accidental" war photographer, has witnessed tragedy without losing his faith in humanity. By weaving links among the times and places he has seen, and augmenting the comic with his photos, this book brings us into the extraordinary would of a man who has observed it from the last century to the present day.   This volume contains 64 of Steve McCurry's photos as part of the illustrated story, plus 12 additional photos, 8 of which are being published for the first time.   Photography: Steve McCurry Written By: Jean-David Morvan & Severine Trefouel Illustrations: Kim Jung Gi Colors: Walter Pezzali   English Version Pages: 138 ISBN: 979-10-96315-01-7    
Workshop: Composition and Storytelling with Kim Jung Gi Workshop: Composition and Storytelling with Kim Jung Gi QUICK VIEW

Workshop: Composition and Storytelling with Kim Jung Gi

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Kim Jung Gi will make an appearance in New York City! This will be his first trip to the United States since the pandemic began. He is eager to share his knowledge and answer any questions you have had over the last two years.Kim Jung Gi's work appears to be spontaneous, with no sketches or references to look at, but careful planning is required. Attendees will see his research process and how to create a dynamic composition to fulfill the storytelling in this workshop.In this lecture, he will demonstrate how to use various compositions in storytelling, as well as how to use different camera angles with various adjectives. There are plenty more! Following the workshop, merchandise sales will take place (Prints and signed sketchbooks will be available) The recently released sketchbook "2022 Sketch Collection" will be for sale Sandwiches and refreshments will be available Limited to 140 seats In this event, a mask will be required 0 left of 140 Seats Date: Wednesday, October 5th  Time: 6 PM - 10 PM  Tuition: $140 Location: Helen Mills Theater                  137 W. 26th St. New York, NY. 10001                 (212) 243-6200 |   Schedule 5:20 pm Check-in (Present your QR code for a rapid check-in). 5:20 pm - 6:00 pm Book and merchandise purchase 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm  Workshop Part I Kim Jung Gi will share a drawing topic/narrative at the start of the lecture and will collaborate with attendees to develop the narratives. Kim Jung Gi will discuss his research and creative process for creating various compositions. How to use various camera angles with different adjectives. 7:30 - 8:00 pm Break (merchandise available for purchase). 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm Workshop Part II One of the compositions will be chosen for the final round. Kim Jug Gi's creative process will bring the composition to its conclusion. 9:30 pm - 10:00 pm Q&A   PLEASE PRINT AND BRING YOUR RECEIPT (OR SHOW IT ON YOUR SMART PHONE) & SHOW YOUR ID AT THE DOOR. Paid registrations canceled up to five (10) days prior to the workshop are entitled to a full refund. All cancellations within five (5) days prior to the workshop are subject to a cancellation fee of 50% based on the order total of the canceled workshop.  All cancellations must be submitted in writing (via e-mail). If you do not cancel or are a “no-show” for any Workshop, any registration fee paid will be forfeited and no refund or credit will be offered. If it becomes necessary to cancel, or you are unable to attend the Workshop, you may send a friend or family member in your place to take your space in the Workshop.