Multiple Exposures Gallery | Progression

By East City Art Editorial Team on June 26, 2024

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Sunset Dream  Soomin Ham

PROGRESSION, a new fine art photography exhibition at Multiple Exposures Gallery, features a sequence of photographs, with each one chosen for its relation to the previous image. The relationships among the 45 included images may be based on composition, color, geography or other characteristics — the choice was left to each of the 15 contributing artists. Exhibition visitors are invited to observe each image as it appears in the sequence and consider what the connection to the previous image might have been.

Artists: Stacy Smith Evans, Soomin Ham, Tim Hyde, Eric Johnson, Irina Lawton, Sandy LeBrun-Evans, Matt Leedham, Francine B. Livaditis, Maureen Minehan, David Myers, Van Pulley, Sarah Hood Salomon, Alan Sislen, Tom Sliter and Fred Zafran

About Multiple Exposures Gallery
Multiple Exposures Gallery (MEG), located at the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, VA, represents the work of fifteen photographers recognized for excellence in fine art photography. Founded in 1985, MEG is the longest continuously operating fine art photography gallery in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and acclaimed throughout the region. The gallery features rotating exhibitions of work by its represented artists, often in collaboration with independent, nationally-recognized jurors and curators

Exhibition Information:

Multiple Exposures Gallery (MEG)
The Torpedo Factory Art Center
105 N Union Street, Studio 312
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Phone: 703.683.2205

Open daily 11am-5pm