Discussion in 'New England' started by Drew B., Mar 27, 2008.
Saw this on the BSA newsletter: http://www.darknessdarkness.com/index.php
Apug's very own Bill Schwab has work in it.
I didn't notice that....Outstanding!
My daughter and I went to visit this show earlier today.
Warning - it is not easy to find. There is no street sign giving the street name, so you have to guess at that, and the gallery is within what I think is a student housing block - sinage is non existent. We finally found it, but everything was closed up despite the web site indicating that it was open 9-6 daily (we were there at 1:00pm on Saturday). We found a student who let us into the building, and we were able to see the exhibit.
It was worth the difficulty. Some magnificent images, done in a variety of different work flows - some clearly digital, some clearly analog, some which were probably a hybrid work flow. Many (most) of the images were colour, and there were some amazing things there - several were traditional B&W.
Bill Schwab has one image in the show, upstairs, very nice, traditional silver gelatin print.
There were postcards at the show, advertising a book on Night and Low Light photography by Jill Waterman (who had several images in the show) - it will be released in August:
If you are around Harvard Square - this is definitely worth seeing.
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