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Narrative: The Photographic Image
A juried exhibition of narrative photography. One Picture is worth a thousand words is a common belief that information can be conveyed more accurately and efficiently by images than words. And the power of narrative, or story telling is at the foundation of much of photography.
Photographers are creating complex and descriptive moments in time. Contemporary photographers are crafting and documenting new forms of a visual short story.
Juror: Holly Andres
Holly Andres calls on the rich visual history of film and narrative photography in her works, often citing personal and fictitious memories of childhood. Her coordination of rich, stylized color palettes, elaborate sets, vintage wardrobes and dramatic lighting recall Hitchcock thrillers, fashion photography and tableau photographers like Gregory Crewdson, Jeff Wall, Annie Liebowitz, Larry Sultan and Cindy Sherman. Her work explores elliptical narratives, visually descriptive storytelling and constructed fantasy.
Holly is represented by: Robert Mann Gallery (New York, NY), Robert Koch Gallery (San Francisco, CA), DNJ Gallery (Santa Monica, CA) and Jackson Fine Art (Atalnta, GA).
Contest Prize & TERMS
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