Opening June 19th with a reception, the NCD is excited to announce it’s next show: Pinholes and Polaroids!
Comprised of two distinct bodies of work, this exciting show at the Nashville Community Darkroom spotlights the beautiful imagery resulting from two very different methods of photographic reproduction.
On view—for the first time in Nashville—is the work of the award-winning fine art photographer Polly Chandler. Polly’s imagery is beautiful, meticulous and conceptual, shot with a large-format camera using Polaroid Type 55 4×5 inch film, which she develops herself while on location.
Also on view are pinhole images created by the Nashville community and Inglewood Girl Scout Troop 884. All were made and developed at the NCD on Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day—4/26/15. Come see photos made with oatmeal canisters, paint cans, homemade boxes, cookie tins and old suitcases.
This is a delightful show, full of emotion, magic, surprise, and the uncanny. We hope you will come see it all, and meet the artists, on June 19 from 6 to 9.