So very thankful for Grace Cote, CPCC Arts and Ross Gallery II for the opportunity to show this body of work. It has been two years in the making and I am extremely excited to share it as a whole. Opening night is next week, show runs all summer!

So very thankful for Grace Cote, CPCC Arts and Ross Gallery II for the opportunity to show this body of work. It has been two years in the making and I am extremely excited to share it as a whole. Opening night is next week, show runs all summer!

“Printed and digital photography are two entirely different worlds. Living in a space with a physical photo and experiencing it in your private space is like playing a specific type of music in that space. It’s real and present. It becomes part of your life, your memories and your thoughts”.

Tanja Deman in an interview with Unseen. Read it here: http://bit.ly/13PG0j5

Tanja Deman will be represented at Unseen 2013 by Amsterdam-based gallery Wim van Krimpen (more about the gallery here: http://bit.ly/19PwVhF).

(via unseenphotofair)

What I've learned from the work of William Eggleston

It seems like every where you turn today someone is talking about William Eggleston. His recent show at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art (At War With The Obvious, Feb 26th-July 28th, 2013) probably has a lot to do with that. While the subject matter of his work doesn’t exactly get me excited, it is his ability to compose that I find remarkable. His body of work is proof that extraordinary compositions live in the ordinary world.

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William Eggleston, Untitled (Memphis), 1965