"Horse Whisperings" is the latest exhibition by acclaimed photographer Bob Tabor and the first exhibition of 2017 for the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery located in New York City. "Horse Whisperings" is scheduled to be on view from January 26 to February 25; from 6pm to 8pm on opening night there will be an artist’s reception where guests are invited to meet the artist. Bob Tabor, is well-known for his equestrian portraits and he has won numerous awards for his artwork. His photos have been displayed everywhere from the homes of animal lovers to Ralph Lauren showrooms to the private art collections of A-list movie stars.

Moreover, Bob has published books—one of which is also titled “Horse Whisperings”. Bob recently discussed his creative endeavors and his interest in Horses.


Blasting News (BN): How did you get interested in photography initially?

Bob Tabor (BT): My interest in photography began at the age of eight in 1954. I brought my exposed roll of film from my Kodak box camera to the corner drug store to be developed. The rest is history.

BN: Why do you focus so much on horses?

BT: I love capturing the inner personality, the soul of these statuesque animals. They appear to be so big and strong; however, after I spend some time with them I see an inner beauty that finds a place in my heart.

BN: Out of your entire portfolio, do you have a favorite photo?

BT: I love all my children the same.

BN: How did you go about getting your work seen publicly?

BT: I was fortunate to have taken a photograph of a horse at a stable in the Hampton's on one of my "exploration days". That horse unbeknownst to me was owned by a Creative Designer at Ralph Lauren Home. With his help, I was able to start my new career.

BN: How did you get involved with the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery?

BT: I observed Emmanuel at a number of art fairs. His passion and respect for the artwork he was showing was amazing to witness. After introducing myself to Emmanuel I was immediately taken by his kindness and sincerity. He's a very special person.


BN: In addition to photography, you are a published author.

Can you describe your books and their themes?

BT: Over the past six years I've had four large format photo books published of my work. Two consist of personality revealing portraits of horses; "Horse Whisperings" and “HORSE/HUMAN”. Another book titled "POLO: Equine Warriors" focuses on the horse in battle during this fast paced-game. The forth book titled "DREAMSCAPES" shows images of sky and sea which is a subject that is very thoughtful and inspiring for me.

BN: So far, what has been the most rewarding experience related to your creative work?

BT: The rewarding part for me is to see the eyes of the people buying my work. I feel the story I captured is continuing to evolve with its new owners.

BN: What advice would you give to someone who is striving to become a professional photographer?

BT: SHOOT, SHOOT, SHOOT. Learn from the photos you take.

BN: Are there any upcoming projects and/or events that you want to discuss?

BT: Yes, thank you for asking. I will have my first solo show at the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery. Opening night will be January 26th, 2017 and will run through February 26th. I will take part in the Affordable Art Fair NYC in March. Also in March I will participate in the Architectural Design Show in NYC. This summer I will have work on display at ART HAMPTON, in Bridgehampton NY.