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Dan Bauman, based in New York City, specializes in macro and street photography. 

 

Dan’s macro images bear an uncanny resemblance to computer-generated graphics, despite being crafted from everyday substances such as water, table salt, and brown sugar. These materials are meticulously applied to the surface of a tablet computer and photographed.

 

Dan’s street images draw from a diverse array of subjects and settings, pushing the boundaries of the traditional definition of "streets”, encompassing everything from city streets to breakwaters to subway cars.

 

Dan is a self-taught photographer, his individual studies punctuated by only a handful of darkroom classes. He initially embraced the art form as a means to document his firsthand experiences of 9/11.  He is also a formally trained psychiatrist with a full-time private practice.  His interests in photography and psychiatry, align around a central theme: the act of unveiling.  Whether it is in the secrets of the mind, the beauty of the microscopic or the hidden facets of everyday streets, Dan’s work is about bringing to light that which is concealed.

 

Dan Bauman’s photography has been exhibited in New York City, Spencertown, NY, and Kinderhook, NY. His work has been featured in the New York Times and publications affiliated with the American Museum of Natural History.

Dan Bauman, based in New York City, specializes in macro and street photography. 

 

His macro images, while resembling computer-generated graphics, are crafted from everyday substances such as water, table salt, and sugar, each applied to the surface of a tablet computer and photographed.

 

In a similar fashion, his street photographs are unconventional, as he interprets "streets" to include a broad array of thoroughfares and modes of transportation.   

 

Dan initially approached photography in order to document his experiences of 9/11, and having taken only a handful of classes, he is largely self-taught. In addition, he is a psychiatrist in full-time private practice.  Thus there is a theme common to both of his interests: in each, he endeavors to unveil that which has been concealed, unimagined or overlooked. 

Dan’s photography has been exhibited in New York City, Spencertown, NY, and Kinderhook, NY. His work has been printed in the New York Times and publications affiliated with the American Museum of Natural History.

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