Abstract Photography has a long, illustrious, inspiring tradition, which extends to contemporary photographers’ work. Abstract Never Is means to convey the concept that an abstract photographic image never truly escapes the process of pueng the lens in front of the eye and clicking the shutter. The moment of conception of an abstract photograph requires intention, place, surface, object, and time, to mention a few aspects. If it is successful, it thrives on the border of the known and the unknown. The moment and the timeless. A successful abstract photograph requires both - and balances on the heft of each. Curated by Juri Koll & Mishelle Moross. Click to Order Catalog.
Fatemeh Burnes Sasha vom Dorp Kio Griffith
Diane Holland Suda House Juri Koll KuBO
Lawrie Margrave Stefanie Nafé Kirk Pedersen
Osceola Refetoff Lisa Rosel Edmund Teske