Photo courtesy of Rem Gallery

Rem Gallery will present Kent Rush: 46 Years of Photography. According to the artist, the works in this exhibit represent a sampling of works done in photography since 1970 when one of his first serious photos was accepted into the Phelan Awards: Photography exhibition at the Oakland Museum that year.

Rush has a predilection for alchemy, materiality, and subtle colorations, so his photographs have manifested themselves through many processes: silver-gelatin, photo-gravure, collotype, carbon transfer printing, cyanotype, ambrotype and tin-type. Each process lends its subtle and idiosyncratic look and feel to the read of the image.

The opening reception takes place on September 3, and the exhibit will be on display every Friday and Saturday through October 28.

Rem Gallery will present Kent Rush: 46 Years of Photography. According to the artist, the works in this exhibit represent a sampling of works done in photography since 1970 when one of his first serious photos was accepted into the Phelan Awards: Photography exhibition at the Oakland Museum that year.

Rush has a predilection for alchemy, materiality, and subtle colorations, so his photographs have manifested themselves through many processes: silver-gelatin, photo-gravure, collotype, carbon transfer printing, cyanotype, ambrotype and tin-type. Each process lends its subtle and idiosyncratic look and feel to the read of the image.

The opening reception takes place on September 3, and the exhibit will be on display every Friday and Saturday through October 28.

Rem Gallery will present Kent Rush: 46 Years of Photography. According to the artist, the works in this exhibit represent a sampling of works done in photography since 1970 when one of his first serious photos was accepted into the Phelan Awards: Photography exhibition at the Oakland Museum that year.

Rush has a predilection for alchemy, materiality, and subtle colorations, so his photographs have manifested themselves through many processes: silver-gelatin, photo-gravure, collotype, carbon transfer printing, cyanotype, ambrotype and tin-type. Each process lends its subtle and idiosyncratic look and feel to the read of the image.

The opening reception takes place on September 3, and the exhibit will be on display every Friday and Saturday through October 28.

WHEN

WHERE

REM Gallery
219 E. Park Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78212
http://www.remgallery.com/calendar.html?reload

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