Living Image Exhibition Reception and Juror Talk

Living Image Exhibition Reception and Juror Talk

This Deadline Expired: Saturday, January 26, 2019

Living Image, The Halide Project’s third annual juried exhibition, showcases handcrafted photography from across the region and the globe selected from an international open call. “This exhibition encompasses the scope of contemporary handmade photography, ”says juror Kat Kiernan of Don’t Take Pictures Magazine and Panopticon Gallery, “with photographs that use the science of chemistry and the art of illusion to make magic from the mundane.”

FEATURING: Michael Ast, Nataliya Borysenko, Tim Bowman, Ryann Casey, Monika Cichoszewska, Neil Curran, Susan DiPronio, Nicholas Fedak II, Ryan Gillespie, Robert Gordon, Judyta Grudzien, Fiona Howarth, John Jackson, Nicolas Jenkins, Paul Karabinis, Jing Lin, Alina Marin-Bliach, Roger Matsumoto, Lindsey Palmer, Hannah Pitstick, Amelia Powers, Josh Raftery, Caitlyn Soldan, Ryan Strand Greenberg, Natalia Tcherniak, Svava Tergesen, Andrew Tershakovec, Rachael Warriner, and Joan Wheeler

Join us Saturday, December 8th, 5-9pm, for a Juror’s Talk (6pm) and opening reception with refreshments sponsored by Castellino’s Italian Market and Moore Brothers Wine Company. Prizes awarded by Artblog, Indie Photo Lab, and The Photo Review will be announced along with one grand prize winner of $250 and an opportunity to show a larger body of work in The Halide Project’s annual invitational small group show in the spring.

The exhibition will be on view at The Halide Project, 1627 N 2nd Street in Philadelphia, through January 26th. Open gallery hours are Thursday-Sundays 1-5pm, and by appointment. (closed December 20 – January 2nd)

Visit www.thehalideproject.org/events to see a full calendar of special workshops and events offered in conjunction with the exhibition.

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Mary Henderson
Mary Henderson

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Demetra Tassiou
Demetra Tassiou

Demetra Tassiou's work is inspired by the Greek culture and Art history and minimalistic and acute techniques used in Japanese…

Demetra Tassiou's work is inspired by the Greek culture and Art history and minimalistic and acute techniques used in Japanese art. Her artwork are imaginative reconnections with nature, sea, and the…

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