Pete Tuner Giraffe

Pete Turner Photographs      

 In The Color of Jazz award-winning photographer Pete Turner performs magic with color, and his photographs graced some of the best and most important album covers of the last half - century. The Color of Jazz is a comprehensive look at the design collaboration between Turner and jazz producer Cree Taylor, whose album covers revolutionized album cover art and created and entirely new level of Jazz record collecting. 

Walls of Light allows us to see architecture in Baja down the coast in the town of Careyes produced by disciples of Luis Barragan in Baja through Pete Turner lenses. As described by John Rohrbach “…In such images as Cloud World and Parking Wall, Pete transformed the everyday into magical worlds, where color guided by simplified form dominates, not for his own sake, but to intensify appreciation for his subject.”

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Pete Tuner Giraffe

Pete Turner Photographs      

Currently Exhibited in Gallery
In The Color of Jazz award-winning photographer Pete Turner performs magic with color, and his photographs graced some of the best and most important album covers of the last half - century. The Color