Multiple Exposures Gallery Presents Small Works Collaborative Exhibition Group Exhibition

By Editorial Team on January 8, 2020

Mon, 06 January 2020 - Sun, 09 February 2020

Yellow House, credit: Janet Matthews.
Currently on view through February 9, 2020.

Multiple Exposures Gallery, at the Torpedo Factory in Old Town, announced its newest group show, Small Works Collaborative Exhibition. The exhibit will be on view through February 9, 2020.

Inspired by a post on Aline Smithson’s blog, Lenscratch, the artists of Multiple Exposures Gallery decided to use a collaborative approach to create a sequence of images, each one chosen for its relation to the previous image.  The relationship could be based on composition, color, content, or any other characteristic—the choice is up to each artist.  The process continued for four rounds, creating an image series with a progression from one image to the next.

The collaboration allowed the photographers to think outside of the box and interact with their colleagues work in ways that haven’t been previously possible.

This is the fourth year Multiple Exposures gallery has done a show with this theme and structure.

Multiple Exposures is a cooperative gallery of fifteen Washington-area photographers.  It has been showing and selling fine-art photography in the Torpedo  Factory Art Center since 1983.

Multiple Exposures Gallery Studio 312 is located at 105 N. Union St., Alexandria, VA. Read more about the latest gallery and artist news by visiting the Multiple Exposures Gallery blog: