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Jane Olin: On the Edge of Chance Catalog

Published in conjunction with the exhibition On the Edge of Chance at the Viewpoint Gallery in Sacramento, 6 June - 1 July 2017, this new catalog celebrates Jane Olin’s groundbreaking process-print photography. The catalog includes an essay by independent curator Helaine Glick, and twenty-one stunning images drawn from a selection of Olin's innovative series Site/Sight Unseen along with her most recent body of work, Intimate Conversation.

8 x 10 inches
42 pages | 21 images
Essay by Helaine Glick
Softcover

$25.00

A Distant Place, A Different Voice by Susan Turner

Susan Turner:

A Distant Place, A Different Voice

Twenty Years in Papua New Guinea

Edited and with an introduction by David Wing

© 2003 by Futura Press

Photographs © 2003 by Susan Turner

$20.00

The Space Between

Trade paperback book. 8" x 10"

$60.00

Detroit: Where We Used to Live

Detroit: Where We Used to Live

photographs by Bill Schwab

$15.00

Travel Guide to California Photography

The ideal travel companion for photography of California.  Over 250 separate locations are covered for capturing beautiful pictures of the Golden State.  Geared for the photographer enthusiast looking to explore and capture high quality images of signature locations, detailed tips are provided to help guide the reader for the best results.  With this book in hand, finding and photographing those special locations across California will be easier than ever. 

$29.99

Malcolm Easton: Keepsakes of Strangers, Viewpoint Gallery

Easton's studio photography uses natural light exclusively. He illuminates each scene using a handheld mirror to direct beams of sunlight into a shadowed room. With references to Joseph Cornell as well as classic Dutch and Flemish still lifes, his images invite us to examine our own store of objects, some that we still possess and others that reside only in memory.

$10.00

Jerry Takigawa: False Food, Viewpoint Gallery

Jerry Takigawa doesn’t hit us over the head with preachy dialogue
on the perils of plastics pollution in the artworks of “False Food.”
Rather, he connects us with the issue more subtly. Through their
quiet cadence, Takigawa’s photographs provoke further enquiry
into the context of the source materials used. What a paradox
it is to discover that such beauty points to the devastation of
our oceans caused by industrial civilization. The photographs of

$20.00

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Thank you to our sponsors!


Kenneth Meyers, Robert W. Baird & Co.
Platinum Sponsor

 

Viewpoint Photographic Art Center is the proud recipient of a SMAC Cultural Arts Award grant.




Individual Sponsorships
(Luminance Level & Above)

Diane Tempest

J.B. Jones


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