An article I interviewed for in Singapore during XEdition 2018 has just published on Lifestyle Asia… its on how the iPhone/ camera phones and film simulation apps like Instagram, Hipstamatic and Huji Cam may actually be encouraging younger shooters to look towards film.
Very excited about this upcoming show at the Kent Museum…. for more information click on the image:
If you have never been to the KENT Museum it is an amazing space in one of the most beautiful settings… it’s a must visit! — at The Kent Museum.
Very excited to release this interview video on my artworks and philosophy made by Precision Camera Works of Chicago… so happy to have my wife Eve Eve Ogden Schaub part of the video!
Viva la Revolution-
My friend Shawn Convey from The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and his movie “Among Wolves” will be featured at the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival on August 26th…. I will be there and so should you! Check out the trailer…. looks amazing!
Very excited to share this 13 minute TV interview which was recently shot on my works, my background and my newest project “Motion Pictures”!
In addition to the exhibition mentioned above I am also curating and participating in “I Choose Film”, Film Photography in the 21st Century at the Wilson Museum and Galleries at SVAC. Click on this link for more information on this groundbreaking show!
Helmholz Fine Art is proud to present Motion Pictures, a new solo show by artist Stephen Schaub, featuring a suite of brand new works on a monumental scale, running from July 10th to July 18th
In a special one-night only event July 15 from 5:00 to 7:30pm Schaub will give a short presentation on the body of work which utilizes ground-breaking techniques of his own invention.
These unique, one-of-a-kind images explore themes of perception,memory, and the passage of time. Planes of focus shift, subjects come forward and recede. Much like the works of cubism and pointillism, one experiences the artworks differently depending on one’s vantage point.Schaub’s artworks have been described as “art dreaming about itself.”