Robert Snow – At Sea with OCEARCH
|October 16, 2015 – February 7, 2016
Artist Lecture and Reception: Friday, October 16th, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Robert Snow is a Central Florida based editorial and advertising photographer whose work spans multiple genres and styles: from editorial portraits and lifestyle spreads to action sports. In 2013, he took an assignment with OCEARCH, a non-profit organization dedicated to apex predator education and research, emphasizing shark migration patterns. Robert has since participated in 6 expeditions across the globe, from the United States to the Galapagos and Australia, documenting marine scientists at work, often in treacherous waters while in close proximity to some of the largest predators of the sea—risking their lives to better understand these mysterious beings in order to dispel myths and spread awareness as to the important role that sharks play in our global ecosystem...MORE.
Image to the left: Untitled, from the series: Mysterious Atlantic White Shark, 2013 by Robert Snow.
|October 16, 2015 – February 7, 2016
Artist Lecture and Reception: Friday, February 5th, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Animalia is a body of work by noted photographer Henry Horenstein in which he presents elegant and engaging representations of an eclectic mix of land animals and sea creatures, emphasizing their unique qualities and characteristics through his evocative and mysterious images. This body of work was created between 1995 and 2001, culled from images taken at various zoos and aquariums. Henry Horenstein is currently based in Boston and teaches at the Rhode Island School of Design...MORE.
Image to the left: Domestic Pig (Sus scrofa domestica) by Henry Horenstein.
|ROOFTOP - A Second Look
An encore presentation of photographs by Brad Temkin
|December 1, 2015 – February 6, 2016
On view at the Pabst Visitor Center & Gallery at Atlantic Center for the Arts
This project, book and exhibition have been embraced by leaders in the field of green architecture, as well as museum curators and collectors. Images have been exhibited in venues in Chicago, Krasnodar, Russia, and the Houston Center For Photography, and the photographs selected for this traveling exhibition were featured this fall in Second Nature: A Survey – Photographs by Brad Temkin at the Southeast Museum of Photography in Daytona Beach, Florida, with a supplemental display of images from the Rooftop series at the Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach, Florida...MORE.
Image to the left: Birds (looking East) - Dun Laoghrie, County Dublin Ireland, August 2009 by Brad Temkin
|January 22 – April 17, 2016
In the 1970’s, the late photographer and educator Gary Metz generated a significant body of work that was very much in the spirit of the times. Metz’s Quaking Aspen: a Lyric Complaint challenged the first 100 years of landscape photography, which had placed a major emphasis on depicting nature as sublime, heroic, and unspoiled. Unlike previous photographers who glorified nature, Metz and his contemporaries wrenched photography out of the national parks and replaced the scenic with the vernacular of the everyday American landscape.
Image © Gary Metz
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