Currently showing at the Viewpoint Gallery

Sacramento After Dark

Exhibit Dates: 
Tuesday, Apr. 10 to Saturday, May. 5
Artist Reception (Member Event): 
Friday, Apr. 13 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
2nd Saturday Opening (General Public): 
Saturday, Apr. 14 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm

 

Please join us at Viewpoint for a very special Artists Reception for the Sacramento After Dark exhibit on April 13 from 6 - 8:30 p.m.

Guest are invited to join in a kick-off celebration for Photography Month Sacramento with a special Artists’ Reception and to get a preview of the new exhibits with photographers in attendance.

There will be a selection of wines, craft beer, light appetizers and an array of desserts to enjoy.

$15 per person (18 and under free).  Purchase tickets HERE

This unique exhibit was inspired by the Instagram page #sacafterdark which is curated by Vicky Thompson. The curatorial committee at Viewpoint reviewed hundreds of images from this page and selected 80 for the exhibit. The Viewpoint curatorial members were impressed by the beauty and artistic quality of the images. The exhibit includes landscapes, abstract images, portraits and more all captured from sunset to the early dawn hours. The collection of images creates a wonderfully atmospheric exhibit.

Luther Gerlach: Absence of Light, Mammoth Wet Plate Photography

Exhibit Dates: 
Tuesday, Apr. 10 to Saturday, May. 5
Artist Reception (Member Event): 
Friday, Apr. 13 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
2nd Saturday Opening (General Public): 
Saturday, Apr. 14 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm

 

Please join us for a Viewpoint Fundraiser at the Luther Gerlach Artist Reception!

This dual-purpose event offers the opportunity for both our members and general public to enjoy a special artists’ reception and to get a preview of the new exhibits with photographers in attendance.

Guests will enjoy a selection of wines and craft beer, light appetizers and an array of desserts.

$15 per person (18 and under free). Purchase tickets HERE

Viewpoint is privileged to present internationally renowned photographer Luther Gerlach and his mammoth wet-plate collodion photography. The past meets the present in this intriguing photographic process created with wet chemicals, glass and tin plates. Luther Gerlach is one of the photographers responsible for the resurgence of this method in contemporary art. He demonstrates these processes for the J.Paul Getty Center. He travels the world in a converted darkroom bus for mammoth plates and created the only existing see-through, functional camera and darkroom chamber where small plates are shot and processed before your eyes.

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