Exhibition on view:
October 29 – November 27, 2010
Opening Reception for the artists:
Friday, October 29, 7-9pm
Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday 1-6pm, Friday 4-8pm and by appointment set up 24 hours in advance.
REMOTE is a thematic exhibition of the photographic work of four compelling women: Lisa K. Blatt (San Francisco, CA), Lely Constantinople (Washington, DC), Kate MacDonnell (Washington, DC), and E. Brady Robinson (Washington, DC & Orlando, FL). The exhibition's theme refers to desolate far reaches of the mind and the land -- places hard to reach, but rich with reward when discovered and investigated. Images of Antartica complement hypnotic, ethereal images of the sun and sky. Mysterious pictures of Paris and romantic images of Mexico connect and entwine the desolation of the desert with the muted colors of the beach and ocean.
Snapshots are often keepsakes of a time, and an attempt to hold onto a memory. The artists in REMOTE transform the concept of holding onto time through photography and create a pause for meditation on the visual image. The work is of places visited by the artist, but the still, quiet, beauty discovered speaks of a timelessness perhaps only found in quiet reflection. The stillness of vision allows the river of time to pass, but the image lingers.
High-resolution JPEG images are available upon request.
A contemporary photography exhibition of four cutting-edge women photographers. Featuring Lisa K. Blatt (San Francisco, CA), Lely Constantinople (Washington, DC), Kate MacDonnell (Washington, DC), and E. Brady Robinson (Washington, DC & Orlando, FL), "Remote" refers to the desolate far reaches of the mind and the land - places hard to reach but rich with reward when found and discovered. Images of Antartica, compliment hypnotic ethereal images of the sun and sky. Mysterious pictures of Paris, and romantic images of Mexico connect and thread the desolation of the desert and the rich colors of the evening sky.