Current Space is excited to announce the second annual Good Light photography exhibition with a lecture by distinguished guest speaker Daniel Shea. This year boasts a roster of forty-five photographers from Baltimore and beyond and will feature a gallery exhibition and slideshow of photographic works. An exhibition catalog will be available for sale at the opening.
There will be a suggested five-dollar donation to support the Current Space Community Darkroom and photo programming.
Curated by Ginevra Shay and Jules Hamann
Participating Photographers Include:
Andrew Eargle, Becca Morrin, Ben Sloat, Caleb Churchill, Carl Gunhouse, Christina Barrera, Christopher Hinojosa, Dale Rothenberg, Danielle Criqui, Emilia Pennanen, Emily Mason, Eric Helgas, Jessica Marx, Jonathan Campolo, Josie Keefe, J.M. Giordano, John M. O’Toole, Juan Madrid, Jules Hamann, Katy Wood, Kelly Burgess, Kyle Tata, Lindsey Filowitz, Liz Donadio, Maddy Horan, Mary Ancel, Max Shuster, Meredith Miller, Michael Bussell, Nate Grossman, Nina Perlman, Patrick Joust, Patrick Galluzzo, Philip Tomaru, Robert Brannigan, Ryan Syrell, Sarah Jacobs, Shannon LaRue, Shannon Patrick, Stacy Renee Morrison, Suzanna Zak, Tammy Mercure, Tim Castlen,Trevor Powers, Val Karuskevich
Daniel Shea is an artist based in New York City working primarily in the mediums of photography, installation and sculpture. Currently exploring mythology, fiction and history set against a backdrop of post-industrial ruins and detritus, he recently received an MFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2013. In 2012 he published his first monograph, Blisner, Ill. in conjunction with a long-term residency at Columbia College Chicago and a book release at the Museum of Contemporary Photography. The follow-up trade edition, Blisner, IL is scheduled to be published by the end of the year by fourteen-nineteen books. He has exhibited recently at The DePaul Art Museum, The Museo de Arte Acarigua-Araure, Venezuela, MDW Art Fair, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Asia Society in Beijing, and LVL3 Gallery, among others. In the fall of 2013 he will be working as an adjunct professor of photography at The Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore two days a week. He takes commissions for magazines including Time, the Fader, Wired, Whitewall, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Esquire Russia.