Multiple Exposures Gallery Presents Small Works Group Exhibition

By Editorial Team on November 26, 2018
Detail of work by Sandy LeBrun-Evans. Image Copyright: Sandy LeBrun-Evans.
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On view November 27, 2018 through December 30, 2018.
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Revealing something otherwise unseen.

Juror Sarah Gordon has selected 33 images for exhibition at Multiple Exposures Gallery that she believes reveal something otherwise unseen.

“Part of the mystery and attraction of photography has always been its power to show us something unavailable to the human eye: near infinite detail, frozen motion, the interior of the human body…This group of pictures made me stop, look, and pay close attention,” Gordon says in a statement accompanying the selections.

About Sarah Gordon
Sarah is author of Indecent Exposures: Eadweard Muybridge’s “Animal Locomotion” Nudes. She teaches courses on the history of photography and modern art at American University and Photoworks at Glen Echo, where she also serves on the Board of Directors, and she offers photography gallery talks at the National Gallery of Art. Sarah has curated exhibitions at the American University Museum at the Katzen Center and, at the National Gallery of Art, contributed to exhibitions of photographs by Robert Frank, Harry Callahan, Charles Marville, and Frederick Sommer. Sarah also consults with private art collectors in the Washington, DC region.

The exhibition can be seen at Multiple Exposures Gallery at the Torpedo Factory Art Center through December 30, 2018. All works are framed to 12″ x 12″.

Photographers included in the exhibition are:

  • Michael Borek
  • Danny Conant
  • Soomin Ham
  • Tim Hyde
  • Eric Johnson
  • Matt Leedham
  • Francine B. Livaditis
  • Janet Matthews
  • Maureen Minehan
  • Sandy LeBrun-Evans
  • Sarah Salomon
  • Tom Sliter
  • Alan Sislen
  • Clifford Wheeler

Gallery Hours:

  • Daily 10 am – 5 pm,
  • Thursdays 1 pm – 8 pm

To view the show, visit Multiple Exposures Gallery in Studio 312 at the Torpedo Factory Art Center at 105 North Union Street, Alexandria, VA.  For more information, contact Multiple Exposures Gallery at info@multipleexposuresgallery.com or 703.683.2205.