march, 2021

sat06marAll Daysat24aprBlack and White in the 21st CenturyEXHIBITION(All Day) Curtis Center for the ArtsEvent Type:Artist Talk,Exhibition Closing Reception,Ongoing Exhibition,Panel Discussion

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Black and White Photography in the 21st Century

CURTIS CENTER FOR THE ARTS

CLOSING RECEPTION: Saturday, April 24 (6 – 8 pm)

Black & white photography is thought by some to be only a relic of the past. However, many assume that, with digital cameras and colorful ink printing available, B&W is an abandoned art form. To the contrary, some 21st century photographic artists still prefer to express their art through this medium. This exhibition explores the work of seven contemporary B&W photographers and provides insight into their philosophies of subject selection and their reasons for choosing a B&W presentation. Varied subjects are represented, from beautiful traditional landscapes to abstract explorations of the aged human body.

Photographers include: Jim Sidinger, Eric Biggerstaff, Tom Finke, Jeff Graves, Keith Pitman and Bruce Zander. This exhibit will also feature Anastasia Pottinger’s series, Centenarians, a photo essay of images of the human body at age 100. From each photographer, you will also learn of the techniques and methods used by them to create their images.

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