- Show Dates - December 1 - 30
A) Shinkansen, Japan, Archival
Pigment Print, 40” X 30”
The juxtaposition of the words movement and introspection within this work creates a sense of stopping and going simultaneously. It’s where mood and physical act meet on the same axis. Where lights dance at first glance, yet are frozen at their heightened peaks of time and space. It’s about a moment present, easily referenced with momentary reflection. These photographs of people, buildings, statues, trees, roads, trains and planes offer passage into this photographer’s mind’s-eye. They challenge us to always look closer.
Christopher Gwyn’s photography is a result of his life’s experiences trancended firsthand onto film. His work is a natural byproduct of his philosophy of life on the road. From his home in Brooklyn, he travels extensively to see new places with his camera seeking the messages of other people’s stories and his own transforming them into visual anecdotes.
has journeyed to Japan, Hungary, Holland, Belgium, France, Italy, the
U.K. and most recently throughout most of Central America to find pictures
and new experiences. Gwyn studied Photojournalism at the Missouri School
of Journalism, and is a native of St. Louis, Mo. His work has been exhibited
in Missouri, Philadelphia, Brooklyn and Chelsea, New York City.
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