All posts by Bob Korn

Our next opening at The Workspace Gallery will feature the work of Chris Green. Using individual frames from a 4×5 view camera, Chris creates panoramas that capture places and events that are so unique they make you feel as if you are there.  This technique allows for a level of detail and perspective that highlights the uniqueness of the locations and events he chooses to photograph. Through his work, Chris offers a view you may not otherwise experience, inviting you to explore and connect with the places and moments he captures.  Join us Thursday, May 23, 5:00 – 7:00 PM for the opening Panorama.

I want to let you know about two exhibitions I’ve recently printed.

Currently hanging thru June 28 at the de Menil Gallery at the Groton School in Groton, MA is a show of John Huet’s images from Antartica. The exhibition delves deep into the strength and fragility of Antarctica’s untouched landscapes, offering a glimpse into the awe-inspiring vistas and the delicate balance of nature in one of the world’s most remote regions.

An Outer Cape Village, an exhibition by Marnie Crawford Samuelson is a collection of images from the past 4 decades of the people, places, and events that capture the character, and essence of Provincetown, Massachusetts.  This show runs May 31 thru July 21 at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum.

I’ve been working with Robert Von Thaden, @robertvonthaden, on a bigger and better Instagram  presence.  We’ve posted a few reels with more to come and we’re working on some YouTube pieces.  Take a look, you’ll find them interesting.

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Join us on Saturday, March 30, 3:30 – 6:00 PM for the Opening of, YES, They’re From An iPhone.

Highlighting the works of photographers Walter Baron and Greg Delory, the exhibition challenges conventional notions of photography by showcasing the remarkable capabilities of the iPhone as a camera.

Walter’s collection, Tin Vision, offers a contemporary interpretation of the historic Tin Type photographic process.  Through his artistry,  Walter invites viewers to explore the fusion of tradition and innovation in capturing imagery.

Greg’s series from his book, Enter, features photographs captured over an extended period.  By defying traditional presentation, Greg has transformed individual images into diptychs, not singular pieces.  His unconventional approach prompts viewers to reconsider the narrative potential of photography.

  

Vivien Goldman and Kristin Seay Hoffman bring their own perspective of what’s in front of them in our new show, Two Views.  Join us on Saturday, February 10 from 3:30 – 6:00 pm for the opening of the show and the opportunity to talk to Vivien and Kristin about their work.

Please join us Thursday, July 13th, 5:30 to 8:00 PM for the Opening of Blurred Lines, an extraordinary collection of AI images created by Fran Forman and John Huet.  Blurred Lines showcases their creative use of artificial intelligence, pushing the boundaries of traditional photography by redefining “what is and what isn’t”.

Fran is well known for her visionary approach to digital imaging, having been exhibited globally and featured in numerous prestigious publications.  Her seamless integration of AI technology has redefined the boundaries of her artistic expression.

John is a world-renowned photographer known for his ability to capture that “what is” moment.  His extensive portfolio includes collaborations with leading brands and publications. The innovative use of AI in his photography has pushed the limits of visual storytelling.

Fran and John will be here to talk with you about how AI has changed their process of image making.  We look forward to seeing you on the 13th.