© Patty CarrollPatty Carroll
Patty Carroll: Anonymous Women: Reconstructed

photo-eye Gallery is excited to introduce Patty Carroll's series Anonymous Women: Reconstructed to the Photographer's Showcase. In the Reconstructed series Carroll's colorful tableaux depict contemporary women consumed by their possessions within a domestic environment. According to the artist the series is a critique of our obsession with collecting, accumulating, and decorating while inviting hilarity and pathos about our relationship with "things".

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Edward RanneyEdward Ranney: England & Peru
photo-eye Gallery
Two Landscapes: England & Peru
Photographs by Edward Ranney

Opening Reception & Booksigning
Friday October 30, 5–7 pm

Exhibition continues through December 5, 2015
photo-eye Gallery
541 S. Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM

photo-eye Gallery is excited to announce our latest exhibition, Two Landscapes: England & Peru by Edward Ranney. The exhibition includes a diverse selection of images created between 1980 and 2004 juxtaposing two disparate environments: the rolling and rainy hills of Northumberland and the desert earthworks in Peru. This is the first time a large selection of works from the Cambria series have been displayed in the United States.

For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director.
Edward RanneyElaine Ling
Elaine Ling:
Baobab: Tree of Generations

August 14 – November 7

photo-eye is pleased to announce the exhibition and portfolio release of Baobab: Tree of Generations, photographs by Elaine Ling.

In Elaine Ling’s large-format black-­and-white series, the artist set out across South Africa, Mali, and Madagascar to photograph one of the world’s most ancient living organisms: the Baobab tree. Able to grow to spectacular size in some of the most infertile soil, the Baobab provides for the community that surrounds it. Generations have depended upon the Baobab tree, which not only provides shelter but it is also a nutritious food source with its fruit and a renewable source for materials for textiles and shelter. Ling’s use of 4x5 Polaroid Positive/Negative film serves to enhance the trees ancient and alien appearance, and the large-­scale 30 x 40” archival pigment exhibition prints echo the scale and scope of the monumental Baobab.

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For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director.
© Larry TowellLarry Towell
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