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Image courtesy of Charlie Kitchen

Presa House will present a new solo photo exhibition by San Antonio photographer Charlie Kitchen. "On the Mountain at Dawn."

The exhibition is a series of large format and 35 mm photographs produced on the road between Texas to, with no singular destination, the Pacific Northwest. Created through large-format means, this body of work seeks to discover the nature of the photograph and translate the medium into new contemporary forms of visual language.

Through an experimental masking process, Kitchen exposes his film with hand-cut vinyl masks adhered to acetate and overlays multiple registered exposures. Kitchen controls the image outside the bounds of traditional photographic methods. While offering alternative forms of two-dimensional perception, his process also provides him with an outlet to test the qualities of flatness and space within a photograph and integrate aspects of printmaking into the photographic practice. Large format photography makes this possible by providing a space between the lens and the film in which the user can operate. By exploring the large format process laterally, a new dimension of photographic perception can be revealed.

The exhibition will remain on view by appointment through September 26. A 360° virtual tour of the exhibition and individual works available for purchase can be viewed online at PresaHouse.com.

Presa House will present a new solo photo exhibition by San Antonio photographer Charlie Kitchen. "On the Mountain at Dawn."

The exhibition is a series of large format and 35 mm photographs produced on the road between Texas to, with no singular destination, the Pacific Northwest. Created through large-format means, this body of work seeks to discover the nature of the photograph and translate the medium into new contemporary forms of visual language.

Through an experimental masking process, Kitchen exposes his film with hand-cut vinyl masks adhered to acetate and overlays multiple registered exposures. Kitchen controls the image outside the bounds of traditional photographic methods. While offering alternative forms of two-dimensional perception, his process also provides him with an outlet to test the qualities of flatness and space within a photograph and integrate aspects of printmaking into the photographic practice. Large format photography makes this possible by providing a space between the lens and the film in which the user can operate. By exploring the large format process laterally, a new dimension of photographic perception can be revealed.

The exhibition will remain on view by appointment through September 26. A 360° virtual tour of the exhibition and individual works available for purchase can be viewed online at PresaHouse.com.

Presa House will present a new solo photo exhibition by San Antonio photographer Charlie Kitchen. "On the Mountain at Dawn."

The exhibition is a series of large format and 35 mm photographs produced on the road between Texas to, with no singular destination, the Pacific Northwest. Created through large-format means, this body of work seeks to discover the nature of the photograph and translate the medium into new contemporary forms of visual language.

Through an experimental masking process, Kitchen exposes his film with hand-cut vinyl masks adhered to acetate and overlays multiple registered exposures. Kitchen controls the image outside the bounds of traditional photographic methods. While offering alternative forms of two-dimensional perception, his process also provides him with an outlet to test the qualities of flatness and space within a photograph and integrate aspects of printmaking into the photographic practice. Large format photography makes this possible by providing a space between the lens and the film in which the user can operate. By exploring the large format process laterally, a new dimension of photographic perception can be revealed.

The exhibition will remain on view by appointment through September 26. A 360° virtual tour of the exhibition and individual works available for purchase can be viewed online at PresaHouse.com.

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Presa House Gallery
725 S. Presa St.
San Antonio, TX 78210
http://presahouse.com/exhibitions/

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