Kimiko Yoshida - Painting (Marquisse de Pompadour by Francois Boucher), Self Por
Kimiko Yoshida
Painting (Marquisse de Pompadour by Francois Boucher), Self Portrait
Archival Pigment Photograph on Canvas
2010
56 x 56 inches

Signed, titled and numbered (edition of 5) on artist's label on verso.

Kimiko Yoshida - Painting (Nefertiti, "The Beautiful One Has Arrived")
Kimiko Yoshida
Painting (Nefertiti, "The Beautiful One Has Arrived", Queen of Ancient Egypt), Self Portrait
Archival Pigment Photograph on Canvas
2010
56 x 56 inches

Signed, titled and numbered (edition of 5) on artist's label on verso.

Kimiko Yoshida - Painting (Wise King Melchior by Mantegna), Self Portrait
Kimiko Yoshida
Painting (Wise King Melchior by Mantegna), Self Portrait
Archival Pigment Photograph on Canvas
2010
56 x 56 inches

Signed, titled and numbered (edition of 5) on artist's label on verso.

Kimiko Yoshida - The Torero Bride with a Black Suit of Lights, Remembering Picas
Kimiko Yoshida
The Torero Bride with a Black Suit of Lights, Remembering Picasso (Self-Portrait)
C-Type Color Photograph
2006
47 1/4 X 47 1/4 inches
Edition # 6/10. Signed documentation accompanying photograph. Archival Color Photograph mounted on Diasec.
Sandy Skoglund - Dogs On the Beach
Sandy Skoglund
Dogs On the Beach
Photolithograph: Ink on Ragcote Paper
20 x 25 1/5 inches-image, 24 3/4 x 28 3/4 inches-paper

Signed, titled, dated and numbered (edition of 65) on recto.

Sandy Skoglund - Breathing Glass
Sandy Skoglund
Breathing Glass
Archival Pigment Photograph
2000
39 x 52 1/2 inches

Signed, titled, dated and numbered (edition of 30) on recto.

Sandy Skoglund - Shimmering Madness
Sandy Skoglund
Shimmering Madness
Archival Pigment Photograph
1998
36 x 46 inches

Signed, titled, dated and numbered (edition of 7) on recto.

Lynn Goldsmith - Time on her Hands
Time on her Hands
Archival Pigment Photograph
c. 2006
40 x 30 inches
Signed and # 1/6 on mount's verso
Lynn Goldsmith - Zip-a-de-doo-dah
Zip-a-de-doo-dah
Archival Pigment Photograph
2004
40 x 60 inches
Signed and # 3/6 on mount's verso
Lynn Goldsmith - Dancing Marionettes
Dancing Marionettes
Archival Pigment Photograph
c. 2003
61 x 46 inches
Signed and # 2/6 on mount's verso
Lynn Goldsmith - Mirror Mirror
Mirror Mirror
Archival Pigment Photograph
2009
60 x 40 inches
Signed and # 1/6 on mount's verso
Lynn Goldsmith - 6 Feet Under
6 Feet Under
Archival Pigment Photograph
2004
40 x 30 inches
Signed and # 2/6 on mount's verso
Gilbert Garcin - At the Museum - Au Musée
Gilbert Garcin
At the Museum - Au Musée
Silver Gelatin Photograph
1999, Printed 2002
12 x 16 Inches
Signed and # 3/12 on print verso
Gilbert Garcin - The Cape of Good Hope - Le Cap de Bonne Espérance
Gilbert Garcin
The Cape of Good Hope - Le Cap de Bonne Espérance
Silver Gelatin Photograph
1998, Printed 2006
20 x 24 inches
Signed and # 3/12 on print verso
Gilbert Garcin - Tourner la Page - Turning Over a New Leaf
Gilbert Garcin
Tourner la Page - Turning Over a New Leaf
Silver Gelatin Photograph
2004, Printed 2010
20 x 24 inches
Signed and # 2/12 on print verso
Gilbert Garcin - La Rupture
Gilbert Garcin
La Rupture
Silver Gelatin Photograph
2009, Printed 2010
20 X 24 inches
Signed and # 1/12 on print verso
Teun Hocks - Untitled (Mountain)
Teun Hocks
Untitled (Mountain)
Oil on Toned Silver Gelatin Photograph
2000
64 x 50 1/2 inches

Signed, titled, dated, and numbered (edition of 3) on verso.

Teun Hocks - Untitled (on moon)
Teun Hocks
Untitled (On Moon)
Oil on Toned Silver Gelatin Photograph
2007
52 3/4 x 55 inches

Signed, titled, dated, and numbered 2/3 on verso.

Teun Hocks - Untitled (painting snowflakes)
Teun Hocks
Untitled (Painting Snowflakes)
Silkscreen and silkscreen in relief
2007
20 1/2 x 24 1/4 inches

Signed, titled, dated, and numbered 19/50 on verso.

Teun Hocks - Untitled
Teun Hocks
Untitled
Oil on Toned Silver Gelatin Photograph
2004
55 3/4 x 47 1/4 inches

Signed, titled, dated, and numbered (edition of 3) on verso.

Teun Hocks - Untitled (fork)
Teun Hocks
Untitled (Fork)
Oil on Toned Silver Gelatin Photograph
2010
48 1/2 x 57 1/8 inches

Signed, titled, dated, and numbered (edition of 3) on verso.

Teun Hocks - Untitled (gulliver)
Teun Hocks
Untitled (Gulliver)
Oil on Toned Silver Gelatin Photograph
2007
49 1/2 x 70 inches

Signed, titled, dated, and numbered (edition of 3) on verso.

Jamie Baldridge - A Confluence of Arbitrary Ideas
Jamie Baldridge
A Confluence of Arbitrary Ideas
Archival Pigment Photograph
2007
42 X 42 inches
Signed, titled and # 3/7 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - A Dainty Phyletic
Jamie Baldridge
A Dainty Phyletic
Archival Pigment Photograph
2005
50 X 42 inches
Signed, titled and # 4/7 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - A Difference Engine Contemplates an Ontological Certainty
Jamie Baldridge
A Difference Engine Contemplates an Ontological Certainty
Archival Pigment Photograph
2008
42 x 42 inches
Signed, titled and # 3/7 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - E.L. Lyon, Chaos Counter
Jamie Baldridge
E.L. Lyon, Chaos Counter
Archival Pigment Photograph
2005
42 x 45 3/4 inches
Signed, titled and # 2/7 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - Lost Telegraphic, II
Jamie Baldridge
Lost Telegraphic, II
Archival Pigment Photograph
2006-2007
42 X 42 inches
Signed, titled and # 2/7 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - Reciprocity
Jamie Baldridge
Reciprocity
Archival Pigment Photograph
2007
42 x 48 1/4 inches
Signed, titled and # 2/7 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - The Annals of Steam
Jamie Baldridge
The Annals of Steam
Archival Pigment Photograph
2007
42 x 43 3/4 inches
Signed, titled and # 3/7 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - A Ten-Penny Prophet
Jamie Baldridge
A Ten-Penny Prophet
Archival Pigment Photograph
2008
42 x 56 inches
Signed, titled and # 3/7 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - Toller #37
Jamie Baldridge
Toller #37
Archival Pigment Photograph
2005
42 x 45 inches
Signed, titled and # 2/7 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - Headmistress Academy of Astrophenomenon - Amelia Zola
Jamie Baldridge
Headmistress Academy of Astrophenomenon - Amelia Zola
Archival Pigment Photograph
2005
26 x 24 inches
Signed, titled and # 4/20 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - Temporalphilia
Jamie Baldridge
Temporalphilia
Archival Pigment Photograph
2005
30 x 24 inches
Signed, titled and # 7/20 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - Babylon
Jamie Baldridge
Babylon
Archival Pigment Photograph
2008
24 X 24 inches
Signed, titled and # 7/15 on recto
Jamie Baldridge - On Reading Ovid
Jamie Baldridge
On Reading Ovid
Archival Pigment Photograph
2007
30 x 24 inches
Signed, titled and # 4/20 on recto

Re-Imagine - Re-Invent

01/18/2013 - 02/16/2013

INSTALLATION IMAGES

"Re-Imagine - Re-Invent" is an exhibition that allows photographers a chance to visually construct worlds for the purpose of creating photographic images. Quite often photographers are motivated by concepts and their challenge is to find a visual equivalent that expresses what they are thinking or feeling.

During the early days of photography there was an unspoken understanding that the truth was out their for the taking and photographers merely had to act as 'flies on the wall' and capture that part of their visual experience that was either expressive or informative. The camera was a machine that objectified the world onto film and what we saw was in some way real or "true."

As photography has been mainstreamed into the larger art market and its probabilities have broadened through more sophisticated cameras and printing out techniques, photographers and artists can explore potential worlds that either heighten reality or present physicality to an imagined world. The challenge of the work in "Re-Imagine - Re-Invent" is to find and explore desires, fears beliefs and various ideas and give them a visual approximation.

These artists build an image out of various visual components and create photographs that often exist only for the camera. Some artists build sets, some use Photoshop or other programs to build composite images that are elaborately layered and assembled. Often the photographers in this exhibition are the subjects of the pictures and they provide us clues or hints within the photographs to interpret them. They construct private worlds that express messages about a larger and more universal world.

The photographs in "Re-Imagine - Re-Invent" do precisely this - they give us new ways to think of the world and demonstrate how visual imagery can be a touchstone to take us into deeper, more complex worlds. The photographs are meant to engage our senses and minds on many levels. There is no longer just 'one' truth.