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“Light-Struck: Abstract Photography Today” On Exhibit During September

Light-Struck: Abstract Photography Today, a juried exhibition, is on display at PHOTOSTOP from September 2-30, 2011. Installation views of the exhibit are above. Click on the photo to see the entire view.

The Light-Struck exhibition features photographs that are, as scholar and curator Lyle Rexer said in his book The Edge of Vision: The Rise of Abstraction in Photography, “photographs without pictures, or rather, photographs that refuse to disclose fully the images they contain”. The chosen photographs have come to the PHOTOSTOP gallery from all over the continental United States, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Brazil and will display a wide variety of techniques and approaches to the medium.

Here are the photographers whose work is included in the exhibit with links to their websites:

Jessica Adams

Matthew Albritton

Julie Anand & Damon Sauer – Juror’s Prize

Allison Andrews

Philip Augustin

Natasha Bacca

Terri Bright

Eva Brown

Linda Bryan

Marcia Cohen

Djorn Crown

Anne Davey

Catherine Fairchild

Loren Fender

Matt Gehring

Denis Hagen

Evan Hume

Cassandra Kapsos

Yong Hee Kim

Edward Kinney

Nick Kline

Michael Krulwich

Susan Lee

Debra Levie

Bruce McKaig

Barbara Milot

Joseph Minek

Ed Mitchell

Lee Musgrave

Leo Rivas

Katherine Sifers

Antonio Wolff

Stephenie Zentara

Zelda Zinn

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