Photography Through a New Lens
is a different kind of photographer. He's also a psychiatrist, and his
unique perspective into the inner workings of the mind gives him a way
of looking at the outer images of what is seen in the world in a whole
new way - a way that we're lucky he shares with us through his photography.
September 24 at Salon Ciel in New York, Losack opens a new exhibit called "The Furious Physician." The exhibit opens at 6:30 pm at 10 West 15th Street, Penthouse H in Manhattan.
Glenn Losack is a physician, psychiatrist, musician/composer, world
traveler, seasoned/award winning photographer, international medical
lecturer, charity worker, cynical, sardonic, wry, usually pessimistic,
great lover of Indian food, Guinness and the Beatles.
Dr. Losack semi-retired from his medical practice at the ripe old
age of forty to pursue his true passions: circling the globe many times
east and westward, living a good part of the year in developing
nations, and doing things his colleagues say they ‘will do’ but never
do. He considers himself lucky to have traveled in over fifty nations
but is honored and humbled to have had the experience of photographing India and other cultures thousands of years old.
is a monthly exhibition series that mingles diverse artists and
audiences, cross-fertilizing art production, interpretation, and
education. Artists and guests spend an intimate evening together in a
residential cocktail party atmosphere, viewing and discussing art while
overlooking Manhattan. Extracting the art from the scene at a gallery
or museum allows presenting artists to engage in meaningful dialogue
with distinguished attendees without the paralyzing exclusivity and
frigidity often found at other venues.
specializes in showcasing the work of cutting edge, emerging, and
under-recognized mid-career photographers and visual artists. We also
welcome performing art portfolios and often flirt with hybridity and
Dr. Robi Ludwig,
nationally known psychotherapist, best selling author and commentator
for CNN, FOX, Today show among others, says about Losack's work:
Losack uses his talents and insights, as both a psychiatrist and an
artist to capture the world in the most extraordinary way. He
highlights life's beauty and difficulties, and in doing so helps his
audience to walk away a more aware, knowledgeable and worldly
individual. His photographs brilliantly capture the visual, synchronous
dance of the vicissitudes of life. No one shoots like he does!"