An exhibition of photographs by Eric Lindbloom continues through Sunday, June 23. For more information, please contact Nicholas Argyros, cell 518-894-4274 or firstname.lastname@example.orgIN THE GALLERY Eric Lindbloom: A Retrospective
TROY —The work of Eric Lindbloom represents the apotheosis of film and darkroom technologies — a mastery of the techniques of fine-art photography in the pre-digital era. Whether with a complex view camera or a simple plastic toy Diana, Eric’s visual aesthetic has focussed on the quiet, subtle beauty in the world, subjects which might elude the attention of most of us.
Made exclusively with black and white film, and from his darkroom, the decades of classic images in this retrospective exhibition represent six of Eric’s photo projects.
Three of Eric’s publications are available for purchase in the gallery now.
Lindbloom, of Poughkeepsie, is the author or subject of a number of publications including The River that Runs Two Ways (Brighton Press, 2000) with poems by Nancy Willard, Salt Grass (Lodima, 2008), Angels at the Arno (Godine, 1994) and the exhibition catalog (2018). The subject of more that 20 one-person shows, this exhibition is his second at the Photography Center Gallery. A founding member of the Center for Photography at Woodstock, his photographs are included in many major collections including the Alinari Museum, Florence: the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Lindbloom is represented by Albert Shahinian Fine Art Gallery, Rhinebeck and Howard Greenberg Gallery, in New York City.
The exhibit continues from now until June 23.
PhotoCenter regular open hours are as follows:
Thursday, Friday 5-9 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday noon-6 p.m.
Available other afternoons by prior appointment.
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