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About

Statement

‘Constructed Spaces’ is a show about space, architecture, and human inventiveness. It is about the adaptive use of space and how photographers present bodies of work that are both unique, inventive, expansive, as well as aesthetically, and intellectually compelling.

Press Release

Since its inception, photography has been used not only as a medium to present the world in actuality, but also as a tool to convey a potential, imagined world. As early as the Civil War, or with Bayard’s “…Drowned Man” image in 1840, photographers have carefully and meticulously organized a space and set a stage to create pictures that go beyond technical or decorative imagery, and created …

Since its inception, photography has been used not only as a medium to present the world in actuality, but also as a tool to convey a potential, imagined world. As early as the Civil War, or with Bayard’s “…Drowned Man” image in 1840, photographers have carefully and meticulously organized a space and set a stage to create pictures that go beyond technical or decorative imagery, and created narratives and realities through the imagination and innovation of their vision. The photographers in this show have constructed or designed spaces to present their individual conceptions on various themes …

Gallery

Location

332 Worth Avenue
Palm Beach, FL, US