Featuring: Geoffrey Ansel Agrons
International Juried Photography Exhibition
Juror | Lance Keimig
“Night does not show things, it suggests them. It disturbs and surprises us with its strangeness. It liberates forces within us which are dominated by our reason during the daytime.” ― Brassai
Spanning two centuries, night photography has captured the collective imagination of the masses. From the infamously long exposures required by early artists, to high speed color films and the advent of digital technology, the subject of the night has inspired an explosion of interest among contemporary artists. Natural vistas, celestial bodies, urban landscapes, factories, artificial structures and nocturnal interludes represent but a few of the limitless subjects of nighttime photography.
Praxis Gallery presents photographic art that explores the fundamental qualities that make night photography – from dusk to dawn – a compelling contemporary art form.
View the exhibition here.
Feature image: Five Thirty am, Geoffrey Ansel Agrons