From the Shadows April 28 — May 4, 2020

"Shadows are often seen as dark and mysterious, implying foreboding or hidden undertones. Yet the history of photography — think Bill Brandt, Henri Cartier-Bresson, André Kertész — proves that shadows can inspire, excite, and create a mood of contemplation, often showing us what we can not easily see. From the Shadows presents work that references these elements, which both reveal and conceal. Michael Kenna, Clarissa Bonet, Serge Najjar, and Liat Elbling use shadows to inform and shape their compositions, offering solace and intrigue. Michael Koerner and Garrett O. Hansen’s illuminate issues both private and political — such as family illness and gun violence —that are often kept in the dark and out of the mainstream. These exhibited works explore what can be created From the Shadows, inviting us to look a bit closer and step into the darkness."

- Christina Nafziger


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Michael Kenna
Above the Abreuvoir, France, 1996
Michael Kenna
Tree and Gran Sasso, Castilenti, Abruzzo, Italy, 2015
Michael Kenna
Ponte dell'Accademia, Venice, Italy, 2007
Clarissa Bonet
Glimpse, 2019
Clarissa Bonet
A Brief Connection, 2019
Clarissa Bonet
Perpetual Shadow, 2014
Serge Najjar
Soul of the Visible, 2015
Serge Najjar
Crossroads, 2016
Serge Najjar
House of Silence, 2016
Liat Elbling
Archetype, 2015
Liat Elbling
Welcome Back #1, 2018
Liat Elbling
Untitled (Full), 2015
Michael Koerner
Gene Pool #8729, 2019
Michael Koerner
Worlds #0343, 2020
Michael Koerner
The Beast Diagnosis #8938, 2019
Garrett O. Hansen
Void (.22 Caliber), 2015
Garrett O. Hansen
Void (.40 Caliber), 2015
Garrett O. Hansen
Void (.38 Special), 2015