Multiple Exposures Gallery presents Night Walks, a solo exhibition of new photography by Tim Hyde. The exhibition runs from February 9 to March 19, 2022.
About the Exhibition
Night Walks is Hyde’s 4th solo exhibition at the Gallery. It includes work he has made in the past 8 years exploring a variety of locations around the world. Hyde explains his purpose and why it is important in his artist statement.
About Timothy Hyde
Tim Hyde was raised in the Midwest but has lived in Washington, DC, for many years. As a photographer, he is best known for his work with natural disasters. He has covered earthquakes in Haiti and Italy, the tsunami in Japan, volcanoes in Iceland, and floods, tornados, hurricanes, and droughts around the US.
All of Tim’s work investigates issues around the relationship of man and nature, humans and their environment. One series he will be featuring at Multiple Exposures is titled Country. This series includes photographs of buildings and structures in small towns and agricultural areas, showing a way of life that is passing. Our small towns and farms are not disappearing, but they are undergoing far-reaching changes. Underneath it all, mother nature is relentless in pushing back against our works.
Tim’s photographs have been published in the New York Times and a variety of other publications. He has won awards and exhibited his work around Washington and elsewhere. He was juried into the Multiple Exposures Gallery in 2012.
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