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ROBERT KOCH - SF CAMERAWORK - RAMON'S TAILOR
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Robert Koch Gallery: Debra Bloomfield, Rachelle Bussi�res, Rebecca Norris Webb.
Comment by AB: Clouds meet sea for Debra Bloomfield, Rachelle Bussi�res creates her abstract imagery entirely in the darkroom, and Rebecca Norris Webb connects us up with the land though never direct and unobstructed.
Horizon line photograph by Debra Bloomfield at Robert Koch Gallery.
Photography by Debra Bloomfield.
Debra Bloomfield photograph.
Photography by Rachelle Bussi�res.
Rebecca Norris Webb photograph.
Photography by Rebecca Norris Webb.
Rebecca Norris Webb photographs at Robert Koch Gallery.
SF Camerawork: Landmark - Yosemite Through the Lens of Contemporary Landscape Photography. Curated by Cara Goger & The Mariposa County Arts Council
Photographers: Binh Danh, Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe, Ted Orland, Millee Tibbs, Jerry Uelsmann.
Comment by AB: A meld of vintage and contemporary photographic perspectives on Yosemite. Millee Tibbs abstracts the landscape; Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe overlay contemporary images with vintage ones; Ted Orland blends vintage with contemporary; Bin Danh shows his daguerrotypes; Jerry Uelsmann waxes surreal.
Photograph by Jerry Uelsmann up close at SF Camerawork.
Figural Yosemite blend - Jerry Uelsmann photography.
Millee Tibbs (left) gives a brief talk on her photography.
Photograph by Millee Tibbs in above image closer.
Helmet Dome and Little Grizzly Falls by Eadweard Muybridge in 1872.
Same view as above image taken by Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe in 2003.
Photograph by Ted Orland up close.
Ted Orland photography close in.
Contemporary/vintage mixes - Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe photographs.
Photography in above image closer.
Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe photograph.
Ramon's Tailor: Paz de la Calzada - Alhambra SRO
Comment by AB: Rugs and carpets hold different meanings for different cultures. Paz de la Calzada gussies up the gallery with a carpet collage designed not only to serve as a social and gathering space, but also to act as a setting for dialoguing on cross-cultural similarities and differences.
Paz de la Calzada and her installation at Ramon's Tailor.
Cut rug and carpet installation by Paz de la Calzada closer.
Long view - Paz de la Calzada installation at Ramon's Tailor.