Photography is seasonal labor. No, it doesn’t only happen during a certain season, but – for me at least – each season imposes its own very different rhythm and demand. I travel in the summer, print in the fall and spring, develop ideas all the times. But the only chance for exhibitions is winter and spring. Following this rhythm requires so much planning, discipline and ultimately accepting the course of what comes your way 🙂
So, here are three more exhibitions where my photographs can be seen on display right now.
First off, Another Way of Seeing, an exhibition for alternative photographic processes, hosted by New Orleans Photo Alliance, a significant force for photographic good in the South. It was juried by Christopher James, one of the most authoritative figures on alternative processes in the US. There’s more news related to this, but it has to wait for now 🙂 My two pieces in this exhibit are vandyke prints, a process I adore for its rusty feel, and they can be seen until May 18.
Reflections is an art exhibition juried by James Rubin (SUNY Stony Brook) at the Mills Pond Gallery in St. James, NY. I’ve got to say that I love it when my photographs are shown among art pieces in different media. It pushes them in different ways and reminds me that merely reproducing reality is not what art (and photography!) is all about. If you happen in New York, visit the lovely place an you can see it between March 23 – April 26.
And finally, the annual national juried show of the Visual Art Society of Texas. This exhibition is dear to my heart because it was one of the first ever art shows I participated in, three years ago. And it’s in Denton, a city I’ve been visiting a lot lately! Juror was Jim Price of University of Texas (Tyler) and it will be held from April to 25 to June 2 at the Meadow Gallery in Denton. Hope to see you at the reception on April 25!