The Love of Art

Art and Museum Article Winter Issue 2018 -The Love of Art

This is a recently published article in the UK by Joe DiMaggio for Art & Museum’s Winter Issue 2018 PDF link below (see page 13.)  Please contact us for more information.

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Will Barnet in his studio with Photographer JoAnne Kalish       photo © Joe DiMaggio

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Baja Mexico

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Baja Mexico JoAnne Kalish and Joe DiMaggio

Baja Mexico trip to photograph the Whales mating in Scammon’s Lagoon with Selig. We couldn’t resist posing on a Donkey cart on the way down. The trip was amazingly beautiful and we had a blast.

Notice our trusty Nikons and our super-wide pro camera straps which Joe invented. They also came in black. Photo was most likely done by Jonathan Selig © Jon Selig   Thank you Jon

Mario Andretti with Photographer JoAnne Kalish

Nikon or Canon whichever you prefer.  Some of us made the switch along the way.  Both great systems!

Mario Andretti and JoAnne Kalish © Joe DiMaggio

Mario Andretti and JoAnne Kalish © Joe DiMaggio

Here I am at the Long Beach Grand Prix with a group of photographers including editor Kevin Fitzgerald.  This same day I shot a motor series of the famous shunt below in the first turn, at the start of the race, and landed my first photograph in Sports Illustrated. I was the only photographer that got this photograph!  The rest was history.  This photograph is also a double truck spread in Mario Andretti’s coffee table book. The editor of Andretti’s book wrongly gave my partner Joe the credit but it was mine!

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© Joe DiMaggio

Long Beach Grand Prix Shunt 31 © J.Kalish

According to – http://www.gplb.com/track-history/‎

Track History Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Mario Andretti avoided a first-lap, multi-car collision, then went on to outduel F/One stars  first-lap shunt involving James Hunt that remains perhaps the Grand Prix’s most enduring image.