Added on April 11, 2018
Adam Brickell , Alina Senchenko , Alyssa Dusevic , Anna Kasko , Barb Choit , Birthe Pointek , Capture Photography Festival , Cemrenaz Uyguner , Ed Spence , Elizabeth Zvonar , Graeme Wahn , Jeff Downer , Karen Zalamea , Keith Mitchell , Kyla Mallett , Patron Art House , Ryan Mathieson , Thomas Arden , Tom Hsu
In Plain Sight, Phantom Shadows
Dual exhibition openings firmly place Patron Art House at Capture Photography Festival
Celebrating two exhibitions of contemporary photography, Patron Art House recently held opening nights, hosting over 400 visitors.
Its first involvement with Capture Photography Festival, both of Patron Art House’s exhibitions contribute to the reputation Capture has built over the years of being an event that aims to represent the full range of what can be done with lens-based work.
The group exhibition In Plain Sight presented work by sixteen contemporary photography artists:
Thomas Arden | Adam Brickell | Barb Choit | Jeff Downer | Alyssa Dusevic | Tom Hsu | Anna Kasko | Kyla Mallett | Ryan Mathieson | Birthe Pointek | Alina Senchenko | Ed Spence | Cemrenaz Uyguner | Graeme Wahn | Karen Zalamea | Elizabeth Zvonar
The exhibition focused on photography that pushes the boundaries of the photographic medium, with collage, digital editing or the application of commercial advertising technique.
Held at Fine Art Framing & Services at 1000 Parker St, In Plain Sight was on view only over the weekend from April 6 to April 8, 2018. For those who missed it, be sure to check out the artist’s links above to see their work and find out where they will be next.
Barb Choit, Pair Diptych #4, 2017, Fujifilm FP-100c instant film, 2 prints, each 3.25 x 4.25 inches. Image courtesy of the artist.
Graeme Wahn, 3 Red Snips, 2018, inkjet print, unique wooden frame, 17 inches x 12.5 inches, edition of 3. Image courtesy of the artist.
Ryan Mathieson, I Want to Wear Your Halo, 2018, archival inkjet print, gouache combined with pine pollen, 20 x 24. Image courtesy of the artist.
Keith Mitchell: Phantom Shadows is a a featured selection of the Capture Photography Festival. This work is part of Mitchell’s latest series, titled Kleinborg Variations (KBV), in which the artist uses light and shadow to define space and shape using abstract planes and surfaces.
His early work often incorporated leather-bound volumes of poetry, tree branches, shells, and presented themes on philosophy, cosmology and transcendence. In recent years, Mitchell’s attention shifted to light and shadow cast over geometric shapes that he assembles from wooden components.
Also held in partnership at Fine Art Framing & Services, Phantom Shadows is on view at Fine Art Framing & Services (1000 Parker Street) until June 9th.
Keith Mitchell, Light and Shadows KBV.LS.18.2, 2018 Giclée print, edition of 10 + 2AP, 30 x 20 inches unframed, 36 x 26 inches framed.
Keith Mitchell, Abstract Form #1 KBV.AF1.17.4 (Study), 2017 Giclée print, edition of 10 + 2AP, 11 x 16.5 inches unframed, 17.25 x 22.75 inches framed.
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