I’m excited to be participating in two out of town openings this weekend.
The first is a solo show entitled “The Isolated Building” at Mt. Comfort Gallery in Indianapolis. It’s the first show in its new home in the Murphy Art Center, so I decided to really go all-out. I’m particularly excited to be working in three different print sizes, all of which should provide significantly different opportunities for interacting with the images. Below is one example of one of the installations before it was installed.
I’ll be there all evening, so if you’re in Indianapolis, it’d be great to see you.
The second is a group show at the New Orleans Photo Alliance entitled “The American Dream,” juried by Deborah Willis. Included in the show is a photograph from my Detroit series, “Dinner at the Taco Stand,” which I’m proud to say took the juror’s prize.
While I obviously can’t be in both places at once, I’m looking forward to seeing the show when I visit New Orleans at the end of the month.
UPDATE: Here are a few photographs from the Indianapolis show. “Thank you” to everyone who came out despite the snow storm!
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Hey! I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed your “Isolated Building” series at the Murphy, last Friday! Wonderful work, I’m intrigued by urban blight as well.
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