Canadian-born, NYC-based artist and master photographer David Drebin transports readers to awe-inspiring destinations around the world with the release of his fourth book ‘Dreamscapes’ by teNeues Publishing Group. Featuring a curated collection of Drebin’s breathtaking city and landscapes, ‘Dreamscapes’ is a must-have coffee table fixture for jetsetters and art lovers alike. The book will be available to Canadians online for $84 CAD this September.
Readers will lose themselves in dreamlike photographs featuring bucket-list destinations such as Manhattan’s impressive cityscapes, the stunning beaches of the Amalfi Coast, the bustling energy of downtown San Francisco and the charming boulevards of Paris. Drebin’s unique photography lets viewers revel in magical settings or “dreamscapes” unlike anything that’s been seen before with his unerring sense of timing, atmosphere and reflections of light.
“Today we tend to live more in a visual fantasyland than in reality, and photography has the ability to take us to far-away places within an instant. For ‘Dreamscapes,’ I was inspired by all of the dream-like landscapes that I came across during my travels,” said Drebin. “I am ecstatic to share my newest book of photography with all the dreamers in Canada.”
Drebin is renowned for creating spectacular artworks, from dynamic storytelling photography to vibrant lightboxes and neon light installations. His pieces are collected internationally, having been shown at prestigious art fairs, galleries and exhibitions worldwide.
Drebin has evolved into a multi-disciplinary artist, harnessing the technology of the future with his revolutionary photo sculptures. His mysterious muses and femme fatale subjects are brought to life and “caught in the act” through the power of 3D imaging and an intricate process, allowing onlookers to explore all angles of the cinematic scenes that Drebin imagines. Available through select galleries, each photo sculpture is produced in a very limited edition and with the highest levels of craftsmanship.
Drebin will reveal his photo sculptures for the first time in Canada this October at Art Toronto, an international exhibition and fair of modern and contemporary art.
For more information on David Drebin, visit daviddrebin.com.