Martin Berinstein

photographic images



My tools are simple, light, water, liquid dyes, and transparent glass forms such as old bottles, magnifiers, or glass balls. My photographs capture the fleeting results of their interactions.  I purposefully do not call them experiments; for I am not attempting, to render visible the invisible; nor am I documenting, the workings of phenomena in a scientific way.  Rather, like a child, I let random play its part, limit manipulation to a minimum, and allow the camera to witness the endless variations, surprising structures, fluid motions, and subtle hues of the elements I work with.  The photographs are simple vehicles for wonder, emotions, memories, and interpretations, whether mine or those of my viewers.

Directions to my studio

249 A Street Boston, MA 02210    *Studio visits are available by appointment only

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