Fall is in the air and it feels like everyone is out and about again all at once (thankfully!). As always, there’s a long list of must-see exhibitions … and yet, is there ever enough time for all this?
While you’re out looking, We would like to point out three projects that we worked on over the summer. When taken together, the work of Sebastiaan Bremer, Talia Chetrit and Lawrence Beck create an interesting overview of what’s happening in photography right now.
Do yourself the favor and stop in to spend a moment at the galleries in person. We think you’ll find it well worth the effort. All three shows run through mid-October.
September 10 – October 17, 2009
Lawrence Beck: Alpine Wildflowers: Daisies 3, 2008
60 x 78 archival pigment print, dibond mount
September 12 – October 17, 2009
Talia Chetrit: Spectrum (detail), 2009
19.75 x 14.5 archival pigment print, opaque white plexi-glass mount
Bravin Lee programs:
September 17 – October 17, 2009
Sebastiaan Bremer: Swiss Crown, 2008
31.5 x 47.25 digital c-print, ink
Tags: Archival Pigment Printing (Inkjet), Bravin Lee Programs, Digital-C Printing, Exhibitions, Film Processing, Lawrence Beck, Mounting, Renwick Gallery, Scanning, Sebastiaan Bremer, Sonnabend Gallery, Talia Chetrit
May 29 / July 25, 2009
Danluck made the photographs in Drinkability over a two year period and refers to the series as “American portraiture of the contemporary west”. Lightside and LTI scanned over 20 original negatives and imaged them as digital c-prints and archival pigment prints in various sizes ranging from 11 x 14 to 40 x 60.
Meredith Danluck: American Portrait, 2009
Tags: Digital-C Printing, Exhibitions, Meredith Danluck, Renwick Gallery, Scanning
Jason Martin wants to be a punk rocker
April 17 – May 16, 2009
Opening night: Jason Martin wants to be a punk rocker, Renwick Gallery 4.10.09
The exhibition “Jason Martin wants to be a punk rocker” at Renwick Gallery is the first collaborative effort between the Los Angeles based artists, Jason Kraus and Martin Kersels. The exhibition includes kinetic sculpture, video, drawing and of course, photography. Kraus and Renwick contacted Lightside / LTI directly for assistance in producing over 10 digital c-prints from digital capture files which depict the aftermath of a destructive punk rock performance. The artists have paired the digital-c prints in a series of diptychs with drawings. You can see more images from the show here.
Renwick Gallery: Jason Martin wants to be a punk rocker
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Tags: Digital-C Printing, Exhibitions, Jason Kraus, Renwick Gallery