Multiple Exposures Gallery | Sarah Hood Salomon Questioning the Photograph

By East City Art Editorial Team on May 20, 2024

Tue, May 21 2024 — Sun, June 30 2024

Timber | Sarah Hood Salomon

Multiple Exposures Gallery is pleased to present Questioning the Photograph, a solo exhibition of sculptural photography by Sarah Hood Salomon. The exhibition is on view at Multiple Exposures Gallery, May 21- June 30, 2024. The gallery is open from 11am-5pm daily.

The photographic sculptures in “Questioning the Photograph” began as trees on properties that are about to be developed — the trees will soon be destroyed. In response to their imminent destruction, Salomon purposefully scratched, cut and puréed her images. The photographic remnants were then covered with resin to form sculptural objects. The original images are unrecognizable and can’t be reconstructed, just as landscapes altered by humans can’t be reassembled.

Salomon’s photographs and sculptures are a celebration of woodlands, but she also feels great sadness about the changes humans bring to our planet. She hopes this work will help others become more aware of the beauty and fragility of the forest and its inhabitants.

Meet the Artist
Sarah will be at Multiple Exposures Gallery from 11am-5pm on the following dates: May 23, June 8,9, 29, 30. We invite you to stop in to see the exhibition and speak with Sarah about her vision and artistic process.

Artist Information
Website: www.sarahhoodsalomon.com
Portfolios: https://www.multipleexposuresgallery.com/work#/sarah-salomon/ Instagram: @sarahhoodsalomon

About Multiple Exposures Gallery
Founded in 1985, Multiple Exposures Gallery is the longest continuously operating fine art photography gallery in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and represents some of the most highly recognized photographers in the region. The gallery features rotating exhibitions of work by its represented artists, often in collaboration with independent, nationally-recognized jurors and curators.

Multiple Exposures Gallery (MEG)
The Torpedo Factory Art Center
105 N Union Street, Studio 312
Alexandria, VA