The Halide Project’s fourth annual juried exhibition showcases contemporary handcrafted photography from across the region, North America, and the world, including silver gelatin prints, cyanotype, gum bichromate, mordançage, polaroid, platinum-palladium, vandyke brown, mixed media, and more!
Please join us in celebrating at the opening reception Saturday, December 7th, from 5-9pm, with refreshments provided by Castellino’s Italian Market and Moore Brothers Wine Company. Prizes sponsored by The Photo Review, Artblog, and Indie Photo Lab will be announced, and one Grand Prize winner will be selected to receive a $250 cash prize along with the opportunity to show a larger body of work in The Halide Project’s annual invitational show in the spring. We are honored to welcome exhibition juror Kris Graves, photographer and director of KGProjects, joining us to speak at the event.
LIVING IMAGE 2019
On view December 7th, 2019 – January 26th, 2020
featuring handcrafted photographic works by:
Morgan Ford Willingham
Susan M. Gordon
Mark C. Long
Ben K. Voss + Midge Wattles
and Joan Wheeler
EXHIBITION DATES AND EVENTS:
- Friday, December 6th, 6-8pm
First Friday Preview
- Saturday, December 7th, 5-9pm
Opening Reception and Juror Talk (6/6:30pm) with Kris Graves
- Sunday, December 15th, 2-4pm
Anthotype Lecture and Demo with Ryan Strand Greenberg
- Thursday, January 16th, 3-4:30pm
Free visit to the Historical Medical Library archives at the Mütter Museum
- Sunday, January 19th, 2-5pm
Informal Group Critique moderated by Dale Rio
- Open Gallery Hours:
Fridays and Saturdays, 1-5pm, and by appointment through January 26th.
ABOUT THE JUROR:
Kris Graves is a photographer and publisher based in New York and London. He received his BFA in Visual Arts from S.U.N.Y. Purchase College and has been published and exhibited globally, including at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England; Aperture Gallery, New York; University of Arizona, Tucson; Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, Oregon; and Brooklyn Museum, New York; among others. Permanent collections include the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Brooklyn Museum, New York; The Wedge Collection, Toronto; and Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania. See more at www.krisgraves.com.
+KGP Books collaborates with artists to create limited edition publications and archival prints, focusing on contemporary photography and works on paper. They focus all of their publications on current world issues including, but not limited to race, policy, social awareness, feminism, culture, and wealth. See more at www.krisgravesprojects.com.