I am excited to announce I will be participating in this 20th anniversary BAPC show curated by Meg Shiffler. I will be exhibiting images from my Rapid Express series.
20th Anniversary Exhibition of the Bay Area Photographers Collective
curated by Meg Shiffler
- Exhibition dates: September 26 – October 26, 2019
- Opening Reception: Thursday, September 26, 6 – 8pm
- Meetup: October 12, 2-4pm I won’t be in town for the opening but I will be at the gallery for this informal meetup (Facebook event)
- October 26, 2-4pm Closing day Meetup hosted by Rose Borden (Facebook)
- Gallery hours: (closed Mon & Fri)
- Tues 3-9:30
- Wed 5-9:30
- Thurs 3-9:30
- Sat-Sun 11am-5pm
- Location: Harvey Milk Photography Center, 50 Scott Street, San Francisco CA 94117 (website)
In addition to the curated exhibit, a selection of photographs from BAPC founders and a nifty timeline of BAPC’s 20-year run will be on display. The timeline encompasses an important part of my own history as an artist over the last decade. It will be printed in the exhibition catalog and also presented in a large format on the wall.
About the exhibit (by curator Meg Shiffler)
“What you have caught on film is captured forever…
it remembers everything, long after you have
forgotten everything.” – Aaron Siskind
“How do we mark time? We all do it. Humans compulsively invent new ways to drop pins in the flow of time so that as much of life as possible takes root in our personal memories and collective consciousness. On the occasion of Bay Area Photographers Collective’s 20th anniversary, Marking Time honors the founders and celebrates the vibrancy and diversity of the current membership through recent works that highlight our relationships to each other, the built and natural world, and photography itself.
Each photographer in this exhibition is a visual storyteller, and has marked time by taking a dynamic role in defining a moment, a perfect moment. Members’ works take viewers to a New Orleans cemetery, fields in California’s Central Valley, and the streets of Mexico City. We meet elders from India, transit riders in San Francisco, dancers at a recital, and gamers at play. There are panoramic images that slice a scene into fragments that physically reflect time and speed, and abstract works created with fast shutter speeds followed by slow, sculptural manipulations of the resulting prints.
Exhibiting artists (current members of BAPC):
Jason Andrescavage, Rose Borden, Tamara Danoyan, Anthony Delgado, Gene Dominique, Richard Dweck, Dan Fenstermacher, Linda Fitch, Steve Goldband, Ralf Hillebrand, Ken Hoffman, Ellen Konar, Philip Krayna, Tom Lavin, Dan Lythcott-Haims, Mitch Nelles, Ari Salomon, Angelika Schilli, Cindy Stokes, Rusty Weston, and Nick Winkworth