Photography is how you record memories and translate them into reality. In the past, it was hugely limited by traditional art, but with the advent of modern technologies, things have drastically changed. If you prefer a nontraditional approach to capturing photos and want to explore how contemporary photographers create cutting-edge art, you should visit the ongoing 2021 edition of “the Exhibition Lab Exhibition” at Foley Gallery in New York. It is where fine art photography finds expression!
Contemporary fine art photography at “the Exhibition Lab Exhibition”
“The Exhibition Lab Exhibition” features works by a range of talented photographers exploring various genres, from documentary photography to new media forms, including NFT art. All of them are part of the Exhibition Lab, a photographic course of study led by Michael Foley. The ExLab is known for its nontraditional approach to teaching and practicing fine art photography. Classes are small in size, which allows artists to participate in in-depth discussions and critique sessions.
This year’s edition of “the Exhibition Lab Exhibition” features a selection of fascinating artworks by Elizabeth Clark Libert, Christopher Fisher, Peter Essick, Lara Alcantara, Jon Plasse, Bootsy Holler, Kathryn Weinstein, Robert George, Mark Peterman, Fiona Aboud, Takako Kido, Rob Farrands, and other talented photographers. Each featured piece is a receptacle of experience shared by the artist, and every viewer extracts it in a different way. We highly recommend visiting “the Exhibition Lab Exhibition” at Foley Gallery at your earliest opportunity. This amazing exhibit will remain on view through July 29, 2021.
Foley Gallery is an NYC-based innovative art gallery taking drawing, cut paper, painting, and fine art photography to the next level. Founded by Michael Foley in 2004, it has been pushing the boundaries of contemporary art with every new art exhibition since then. You should definitely come and take a look at this amazing place in person. Foley Gallery is located at 59 Orchard Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.