Limited Edition, Framed, Photographs Curated By Experts In The Visual Arts
Nava sells limited edition, framed photographs curated by our associate curators and a guest curator. Guest curators, renowned figures in contemporary art, ultimately determine the photographs to be included in each collection. Submitted and sourced photography projects (i.e. a series of related photographs) are sent to the guest curator. The edited set of projects sent back is the collection of photographs Nava promotes and makes available for purchase. Collections are released a few times per year.
Guest Curator: Jacqueline Bates
Jacqueline Bates is the photography director at The California Sunday Magazine. Previously, she was senior photo editor of W Magazine and worked in the photo departments of ELLE, Interview, and Wired. Bates holds an MFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts.
Dianne Weinthal is an archivist, photographer, and bookmaker based in California. She received her BA in Art History from Stanford University in 2014 and currently works as Assistant Archivist on the Andy Warhol Photography Collection at the Cantor Arts Center. Her first monograph, Telegraph Ave, was selected on Photo-eye’s Best Books of 2016, and her most recent publications feature gas stations & architectural novelties of the West.
Norris Guncheon is a writer and filmmaker from Richmond, Virginia. He received his BFA in Film & Television from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and has returned to New York after working in Chicago as a filmmaker to pursue an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University. He’s a Jack Kent Cooke Scholar and owns more bottles of whisky than one should reasonably possess.
Parker Stewart (b. 1992) is a Savannah, Georgia based photographer and a native of Greensboro, North Carolina. Currently Parker is working solely as a freelance photographer and fine art printer in Savannah. He has also been a contributor to Aint-Bad for the past 4 years.
Charlie Simokaitis received a BFA in photography from the University of Illinois, Champaign and an MFA in photography from the Hartford Art School. Charlie is co-founder of Groundfire Pictures, a multi-media production collaborative. His work has been exhibited in galleries both domestic and abroad as well as in numerous online publications. He has traveled six continents for his editorial and design clients. He is based in Chicago, IL.