New Work: America

Here’s some new work from the time I’ve spent in America over the past few months. Hope you enjoy.

The Fog. 2011. © Cara Tobe, all rights reserved.

The Window. 2012. © Cara Tobe, all rights reserved.

What Was Once. 2012. © Cara Tobe, all rights reserved.

Published: “Etudes (trois repas américains)” on Her Royal Majesty blog

After last night’s (fantastic and successful) launch of the 11th issue of Her Royal Majesty, they have kindly published my series “Etudes (trois repas américains)” on their website and blog! Here’s a screen shot of the front page, but click on this link here to see the series!

The prints of this series are for sale for € 120 each. 30 cm x 25 cm, signed and numbered editions out of 7 and printed on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Rag paper. Contact me for more information.

Check out Her Royal Majesty online and order your copy today!

Exhibition: V U E for FotoweekDC 2011 at Science Club

I’m very happy to announce that I will taking part in a group exhibition curated by an incredibly talented and amazing friend, Laila Jadallah! My photos will be shown along side work by more amazing and talented friends such as Rossana Mendes Fonseca, Dominic Hatcher, Brianna Hughes, Deepshikha Jain, and Valeria Castillo Mendoza!

Press Release:
Chez Onze aims to create whimsical and thought provoking exhibitions to promote photography and photographers. Founder, Laila Abdul-Hadi Jadallah is an independent curator and photographer living in Washington D.C. A recent graduate of SPEOS Photographic Institute in Paris, she has curated a number of local exhibitions including: The Breadth and Beauty of Photography, Peter Karp: Mostly Grey and Le Graffiti Parisian a Washington for the inaugural Art All Night DC.

V U E is an eclectic exhibit that captures life through the wandering eyes and minds of an international collective of photographers. Photographers from Canada, England, India, Mexico, Portugal, and the U.S. come together to explore elements of space, nature, and time captured through a variety of photographic styles and traditions. From questioning the relationship between human and location, to examining the human body in animal form and contemplating the fictitious and realistic qualities of the photographic process, these eight photographers have traveled the world in search of answers to all questions, big and small.

Exhibition: Her Royal Majesty issue 11 Launch Party at Le Carmen

Come see some of my work exhibited at the launch party of Canadian literary magazine Her Royal Majesty’s 11th issue! Click here to read more about the evening.

Events: Nikolai Grozni at Shakespeare and Company

On September 12th, Shakespeare and Company bookshop hosted the launch of Nikolai Grozni’s new book, “Wunderkind”. The reading was followed by music by New Zealand singer/songwriter, Flip Grater.

© Cara Tobe, all rights reserved.


© Cara Tobe, all rights reserved.


© Cara Tobe, all rights reserved.


© Cara Tobe, all rights reserved.


© Cara Tobe, all rights reserved.


© Cara Tobe, all rights reserved.

You can see more of the images I took on the Shakespeare and Company Facebook page.

Events: Standing Room hosted by Shakespeare and Company at Le Trianon

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to photograph Standing Room, a night of spoken and sung word with Piers Faccini and Francesca Beard. The event was hosted by Shakespeare and Company bookshop and was held at the beautiful Le Trianon in Montmartre.

© Cara Tobe, all rights reserved


© Cara Tobe, all rights reserved


© Cara Tobe, all rights reserved


© Cara Tobe, all rights reserved

More photos can be seen on the Shakespeare and Company Facebook page

New work

Still life with flowers, chair. 2011. © Cara Tobe, all rights reserved.

Balcony reading spot. 2011. © Cara Tobe, all rights reserved.