Opening Reception: Sunday, June 24 from 2pm to 4pm
About the Exhibition
For some time, Tim Hyde has been investigating the painful subject of our human capacity to turn on our neighbors, often with hatred and sometimes with violence. This exhibition is a first look (a peek, really) at the project he calls Neighbors. The project also touches on questions of evidence, or the lack of evidence, for horrific historical events, and how they are remembered.
About the Artist
Tim Hyde is a photographer living and working in the Washington, DC area. His work investigates a variety of themes around human interactions with the forces of nature, including natural disasters, night vision, and our interplay with each other. He has exhibited across the United States and has been published in Fraction Magazine, New York Times, Chrome, and other publications. Tim’s work is represented by the Susan Spiritus Gallery in Newport Beach and the Multiple Exposures Gallery in Alexandria.
The exhibition is located at The Torpedo Factory Art Center at 105 N. Union St., Studio 312, Alexandria, VA. For more information, visit www.multipleexposuresgallery.com.