Tags for: Light of Day
  • Special Exhibition
A blurred color photo of a woman's face in half profile

Ginny, from Refraction, 2010. Lydia Ann McCarthy. Image courtesy of Transformer Station

Light of Day

Friday, February 1–Saturday, May 4, 2013
Location: Transformer Station

About The Exhibition

Light of Day is a an overview of the state of photo-based art today. Bidwell Projects collection focuses on acquisitions of new work by living artists; many works in this show will be seeing the “light of day” for the first time. Featured artists include internationally recognized photographers, such as Hiroshi Sugimoto, Adam Fuss, and Abelardo Morell, as well as younger artists who are now gaining recognition for their work. Works included traditional photographic processes that are repurposed, large-scale digital images, and conceptual work that challenges images’ relationship to reality. Light of Day examines the accelerating changes in the technology, uses, and meanings of photography that are explored by leading contemporary artists.

This exhibition was organized by Transformer Station.