Michael Kenna: A RetrospectiveMichael Kenna: A Retrospective
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Michael Kenna: A Retrospective
Selected Work from 30 Years

Artist Reception
Friday August 5, 5–7 pm

Exhibition continues through
September 10, 2016

photo-eye Gallery is excited to announce Michael Kenna: A Retrospective, an exhibition of black-and-white silver gelatin prints by contemporary master photographer Michael Kenna. Known for clean compositions, long exposures and minimalist aesthetics, Kenna’s signature style remains highly influential among a generation of photographers.

“I want photographs to be a mystery, an interpretation, a catalyst for one’s imagination… we fill all our time up with noise and chaos, so I hope a viewer can enter into a photograph and feel the beauty of this place, the calmness, the tranquility.” — Michael Kenna

Michael Kenna: A Retrospective showcases more than 50 works produced by the artist between 1987–2016 and features 15 countries including Japan, China, France, Egypt, South Korea and the United States.

On View Friday, July 29 and continuing through September 10th, 2016
Opening, Artist Reception, and Book Signing Friday, August 5th from 5 – 7 PM

View Michael Kenna A Retrospective

For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director.
© Rachel PhillipsRachel Phillips
Rachel Phillips: Divinations

On View in the Gallery Alongside Michael Kenna through
September 10th, 2016

Divinations is a series in which Rachel Phillips transfer-prints new imagery onto original 19th century mounted portraits called “cabinet cards.” The theme of each card is a method of divination or fortune telling, a playful and poignant attempt at using the proverbial crystal ball to see into the lost past, rather than the unknown future. Divinations celebrates both the history of early photography and the shared humanity a simple portrait can convey.

For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director.
© Magda BiernatMagada Biernat
Magada Biernat: Adrift
Opening Reception / Book Signing
Friday June 3rd, 5–7 pm

Exhibition continues through
September 3rd, 2016

As part of PhotoSummer 2016, photo-eye and CENTER present Magda Biernat's Adrift in photo-eye Bookstore's Project Space. Recipient of CENTER’s 2016 Director’s Choice award, this body of work is a personal commentary on the parallel effects of global climate change at opposite ends of the Earth. Adrift is a series that uses visual language as a means of polar comparison. Biernat pairs photographs of Antarctic icebergs and empty Iñupiat Eskimo hunting huts, whose shapes and volumes echo one another.

For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director.
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