Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Raymond Meeks: Amwell | Continuum

Abbey, Ann Raymond Meeks... Abbey, Ann, 08.21.11 (2011, Gelatin silver print toned in selenium, Signed, titled, dated and editioned in pencil on verso). From the exhibition Raymond Meeks: Amwell | Continuum at Charles A. Hartman Fine Art. "...In evocative black and white and color images, Meeks explores ideas of home and stability against the backdrop of personal transition and larger socioeconomic upheaval. These quietly compelling, beautiful photographs of lost and troubled spaces, constant gardens, and portraits of his daughter, construct a narrative that posits a sense of loss while steadfastly asserting a belief in both resilience and hope. Meeks writes, 'I've believed it was important to have a strong sense of place, to identify 'home', even as for us, home, family and place are ideals which have taken on a relative meaning. I photograph close to home as memory loses structure, its architecture; trying to make light speak from the fixed edges of rooms long vanished.'"


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