Exhibit No.9 opens in Asbury Park with “n.e.w.” exhibition
ASBURY PARK, NJ (July 29, 2013) – Exhibit No.9, contemporary gallery for conceptual and experimental photography, will be presenting its First Opening Group Exhibition “n.e.w.” (new experimental works). The exhibit will be showing from August 17 through October 19, 2013. Opening reception with the artists is on Saturday evening, August 17th, 7 to 10pm
The exhibit will feature the works of three photovisual artists:
Richard Tuschman, has been creating poetic photographic images for commercial and fine art exhibitions for three decades. Tuschman is a winner of the 2013 Prix de la Photographie Paris, the Center Choice Awards, the Kontinent Awards, and the Peaches & Cream International Juried Photo Exhibit for his Hopper Meditation Series. His work has been shown extensively in group and solo exhibitions around the world. He has been spotlighted in numerous publications on his creative process and has lectured widely on his technique.
Norwegian born, Rune Egenes, exhibited internationally throughout Europe and South Korea. His images range from surreal to startling. Rune builds bodies of work not from classically beautiful and elegant subjects, but rather those so unassuming, or even unseemly, that we often overlook them as we pass by them in daily life. Egenes earned both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Photography from the Film and TV Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.
ToLo is the collaborative photography of Tom and Lois White. Both are designers and photovisual artists immersed in various disciplines both commercially and in the fine arts. Whether it is the focus and provocative serenity of their black and white images, or the dynamic compositions of their dual-motion digital subtractive multiple exposure photography, they use their combined vision to reinterpret everyday surroundings, travel and experiences.
Exhibit No.9 focuses on works in which the medium is used to alter the traditional perceptions of photography and fine art. Located in Asbury Park, NJ. between New York City and Philadelphia