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Haunting the Chapel: Photography and Dissolution

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Start Date:2nd September 2011
End Date:8th October 2011
Haunting the Chapel: Photography and Dissolution

Anonymous vintage, vernacular & spirit photography, and in addition work by Bill Jacobson, Arthur Conan Doyle, Cecil Beaton, Diane Pernet, Edmund Teske, Emil Cadoo, Floris Neusüss, Fritz Lang, James Macpherson, Jeffrey Silverthorne, JH Engstrom, Leni Riefenstahl, Michael Grieve, Rut Blees Luxemburg.

“They are moving because of their phantom condition; every act they execute may be their last; there is not a face that is not on the verge of dissolving like a face in a dream.” - Jorge Luis Borges.

We are pleased to present a unique set of images that embody a theme particularly relevant to current artistic and cultural practice: that of the haunted, the blurred and the dissolved. To exemplify these themes this exhibition will feature vintage prints as well as more recent explorations in photography and its often-dissolute processes. In homage to the alchemy and chemistry of photography, this show will illustrate fire, smoke, the spirit, the x-ray, blur and motion, decay and the photogram. Like a series of dark objects and entities trapped behind the framing of glass, the gallery space becomes a chapel to the haunted history of the photographic medium.

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Address:51 Hoxton Square
London
N1 6PB
United Kingdom

Images from Haunting the Chapel: Photography and Dissolution

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