GARY BEEBER PHOTOGRAPHY / VIDEO
5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me...
South (X) Southeast Photomagazine
Gary Beeber / Personalities and Portraits
L'OEIL DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE
LENSCRATCH (an article I wrote):
THE MEDIA FUTURISTS PODCAST
Gary Beeber And Dick Zigun-The Savior of Coney Island
Swedish International Film Festival
UNIVERSAL CINEMA Film & TV JOURNAL
"Where did you get your eggs?"
"Michael Malone, Portrait of an American Farmer" Review by Darida Rose
Interview with Gary Beeber about Michael Malone, Portrait of an American Organic Farmer
You need to watch the documentary ‘Michael Malone, Portrait of an American Organic Farmer’ now
TORONTO FILM MAGAZINE
Watch Michael Malone, Portrait of an American Farmer
Watch an Experimental Documentary by Gary Beeber
BLACK & WHITE Magazine, feature story
ELIZABETH AVEDON JOURNAL
Edge of Humanity Magazine
"The Mysteries of Sylvester Manor"
Valentine's Day, 2021
ALL ABOUT PHOTO–SYLVESTER MANOR
SHOTS, Fall 2020, Issue 149
Everything you need to know about the film Insectavora
YOUR DAILY PHOTOGRAPH (3-27-20)
MINIMALISM PHOTOGRAPHY MAGAZINE
ANIMAL HOUSE SxSE Photomagazine
Ellen Spring, What will you remember?
New York Times article, GOTHAM BURLESQUE
Underground Film Journal DIRTY MARTINI
Underground Film Journal BALLY-MASTER
Review from THE BOSTON GLOBE:
“At The Griffin, Photographs that perform”
By Mark Feeney, Globe staff, July 12, 2017
“Personalities” consists of 14 portraits of the performers. The subjects are cheerful and showy. Performers are always alert to the audience, which in this case is Beeber. If they were any more aware of the camera they’d be inside it. White frames and an absence of mattes emphasize the sense of performance.
What’s most interesting about these portraits is how relatively everyday they feel. True, these aren’t people you’re likely to bump into at CVS, or at least not when they’re in costume. But they’re less outcasts than outriders. These images are more about exaggeration than transgression. Social mores are so much less rigid than when Diane Arbus (the inevitable comparison) was taking her pictures. These people live in a post-Arbus world. So do the rest of us.”