An exhibition of black and white photography
I am very pleased to formally announce an exhibition of photographs highlighting work done with monochrome film and darkroom practices. Prints shown will include silver gelatin, as well as other “alternative” processes.
The exhibition will feature the work of seven Texas photographers:
- David Brown
- Michael Castles
- Susan Harlin
- J. B. Harlin
- Matthew Magruder
- William McEwen
- Valerie Yaklin Brown
October 1 - 24, 2014
Janette Kennedy Gallery
Southside on Lamar
1409 South Lamar St.
Dallas TX, 75215
Artists’ reception: TBA
This exhibition is produced by The Silver Darkroom. http://silverdarkroom.wordpress.com
Special thanks go to Valerie Yaklin Brown for her counsel and assistance.
Great to hear! I wish I can go but it is a bit too far.
Congrats! Too far for me to go but I wish you all the best.
Congratulations! I am looking forward to checking it out.
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what a lineup ..
looks like a wonderful exhibit
congratulations and good luck
( wishing i was closer than 3000 miles from texas! )
Very nicely done! It has been said "If you've got it, flaunt it!"
I hope the show goes well (and wish Dallas was a little closer to my location!)
David, have you selected a date for the artists’ reception yet?
" ... given the improvisational aspect, maybe darkroom photography should be called "the Jazz" of photography ... "
Originally Posted by David Brown
said with the jazzy voice of David, who wouldn't agree?
A perfect video, David.
And you're the perfect ambassador for the FADPA (Film and Darkroom Photographers Association)
Bert from Holland
BTW: if someone asks me what kind of photographer I am, I'll say from now on : "a Film and Darkroom Photographer". Sounds nice, doesn't it?
(or would that be considered plagiarism?)
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