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19th Century Alternative Process in 21st Century Practice: Virtual Visits with Dealers and Artists – Online

September 30 - November 4


Offered through Maine Media Workshops + College

Meets: Wednesdays 1:00-4:00PM (EST)

This 6-part workshop looks at contemporary photographers whose practice is influenced by 19th Century alternative processes. We’ll virtually visit 7 galleries located in 6 cities across the United States where dealers will provide an in-depth look at artists they represent shedding light on their work, process and artistic lineage. Pending availability, the photographers will join the conversation.

Both dealers and artists will discuss the current use of such alternative photographic processes as tintypes, daguerreotypes, photograms, scratched pigment prints, cyanotypes, pinhole cameraless prints, wet plate collodion, modern orotones and painted photography.

Photographers and galleries include Klea McKenna and Christopher Russell (Gitterman Gallery, NYC); Keliy Anderson-Staley and Michael Koerner (Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago); David Emitt Adams (Etherton Gallery, Tuscon); Binh Dahn (Lisa Sette Gallery, Phoenix); Meghann Rippenhoff and John Chiara (Jackson Fine Arts, Atlanta); Chris McCaw, Andreas Rentsch and Anne Arden McDonald (Candela Gallery, Richmond, VA); and Annu Palakunnathu-Mathew and Pamela Singh (SepiaEye, NYC).

This workshop is geared for both the curious collector and photographer alike who want to expand their knowledge of photographic techniques and history as well as how the past has influenced photographic practice today. Work will also be available for sale.

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