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I’ll Be Your Mirror

HomeSpace Presents:Ill Be Your Mirror (New Orleans, LA) HomeSpace Gallery is proud to present an exploration of family through the eyes of seven contemporary photographers. Ill Be Your Mirror features work by Angela Bacon-Kidwell, Laura Burlton, Warren Harold, Aline Smithson, Gordon Stettinius, Phil Toledano and Alison Wells. Web Design Tewkesbury . Blog Commenting . carrera de fotografia . Curated by Jennifer Shaw, the images include a variety of stylistic approaches, ranging from candid glimpses to staged allegories. All document a creative collaboration between family members and all are bound by a profound intimacy. As fathers, daughters, mothers, sons, these seven brave photographers reveal the beauty, chaos, heartbreak and humor inherent in family relations. The exhibition will be on display October 13 – November 18, 2012. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, October 13th, 6-9pm. Several of the contributing artists will be in attendance. HomeSpace is located at 1128 St. Roch Street in New Orleans St. Claude Arts District and is open Saturdays 12-5pm, Sundays 12-3pm, and by appointment.HomeSpace is proud to present an exhibition exploring family through the eyes of seven contemporary photographers. Featuring: Warren Harold – Alternating Weekends Laura Burlton – Chalk Dreams Alison Wells – small & intimate wet plate collodion portraits of her children sample attached belowAline Smithson – Arrangement in Green and Black: Portraits of the Photographer’s Mother Phil Toledano Days With My Father Gordon Stettinius sepia toned images of Walker growing up Angela Bacon-Kidwell – Daily Sums (new series) OR selection from Traveling Dreams (TBD by Monday)

Photographer #369: John Chervinsky

John Chervinsky, 1961, USA, is a self-taught photographer and an engineer working in the field of applied physics. The photographs of his series An Experiment in Perspective are a combination of chalk markings and real objects. Together they create open-ended images that appear to be science demonstrations or physics experiments. The images are not scientifically factual but are reflective of the ongoing philosophical debates and raise questions that have no easy answers. His series Studio Physics is an investigation into the nature of time, light, space and gravity. He composes a still life from which he crops one part of the image that gets send to a painting factory in China. Once the oil painting of the cropped section made by an anonymous artist returns he reinserts the painting into the original setup and photographs it again. John has exhibited his work across the USA. The following images come from the series An Experiment in Perspective, Studio Physics and Landscapes and Portraits.


Website: www.chervinsky.org

Photographer #369: John Chervinsky

John Chervinsky, 1961, USA, is a self-taught photographer and an engineer working in the field of applied physics. The photographs of his series An Experiment in Perspective are a combination of chalk markings and real objects. Together they create open-ended images that appear to be science demonstrations or physics experiments. The images are not scientifically factual but are reflective of the ongoing philosophical debates and raise questions that have no easy answers. His series Studio Physics is an investigation into the nature of time, light, space and gravity. He composes a still life from which he crops one part of the image that gets send to a painting factory in China. Once the oil painting of the cropped section made by an anonymous artist returns he reinserts the painting into the original setup and photographs it again. John has exhibited his work across the USA. The following images come from the series An Experiment in Perspective, Studio Physics and Landscapes and Portraits.


Website: www.chervinsky.org

Photographer #369: John Chervinsky

John Chervinsky, 1961, USA, is a self-taught photographer and an engineer working in the field of applied physics. The photographs of his series An Experiment in Perspective are a combination of chalk markings and real objects. Together they create open-ended images that appear to be science demonstrations or physics experiments. The images are not scientifically factual but are reflective of the ongoing philosophical debates and raise questions that have no easy answers. His series Studio Physics is an investigation into the nature of time, light, space and gravity. He composes a still life from which he crops one part of the image that gets send to a painting factory in China. Once the oil painting of the cropped section made by an anonymous artist returns he reinserts the painting into the original setup and photographs it again. John has exhibited his work across the USA. The following images come from the series An Experiment in Perspective, Studio Physics and Landscapes and Portraits.


Website: www.chervinsky.org