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Altered States

A Group Photography Exhibition

  • Dates
    Feb 4 - Apr 2 , 2005
  • Venue
    Weston Art Gallery

Exhibition Sponsor(s):

Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP, Antoinette LaBoiteaux, and Tom Schiff / Lightborne

Altered States

A Group Photography Exhibition

The Cincinnati Arts Association’s Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery in the Aronoff Center for the Arts presents Altered States, a group exhibition of local and regional photographers focusing on altered states of reality through digital and hand-manipulation.

Co-curated by Dennis Kiel, associate curator of prints, drawings and photographs at the Cincinnati Art Museum, and Dennis Harrington, director of the Weston Art Gallery, this survey of photographic manipulation features diverse approaches to photography—from hand manipulation to subtle fabrication to total abstraction. In examining different perceptions of reality, Altered States references where photography has been and where it may be going with the advancements in digital technology now available. The creative solutions presented by the twelve participating artists engage the viewer on a number of levels and ultimately re-define preconceived notions of what a photograph should be.

The exhibition will encompass both levels of the Weston Art Gallery and include the following artists: Barry Andersen and Diane Kruer (Ft. Thomas, KY); Barbara Houghton (Alexandria, KY); Kimberly Burleigh, Jymi Bolden, Diana Duncan Holmes, Cal Kowal, Guennadi Maslov, Nancy Rexroth and David Rosenthal (Cincinnati); Shawn Scully (Columbus); and Joel Whitaker (Dayton).

 

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