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Northern San Diego Photography Collective Message Board › Ray K. Metzker photographs at the Getty Center

Ray K. Metzker photographs at the Getty Center

Sam W.
San_Diego_Sam
El Cajon, CA
Post #: 579
Wanted to share this with everyone,

September 25, 2012–February 24, 2013 | The Getty Center

Ray K. Metzker is one of the most innovative photographers of the last half century. Utilizing experimental techniques such as high-contrast printing, multiple exposure, and composite images, he creates photographs that render the ordinary world extraordinary, and strike a unique balance between formal elegance and optical brilliance.

This exhibition presents Metzker's photographs along with works from fellow students and teachers of Chicago's Bauhaus-inspired Institute of Design, where photographic experimentation flourished. The exhibition was organized in collaboration with The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri. The J. Paul Getty Museum has added photographs from its own collection and other key loans.

Thanks to the Getty website for this information.

Happy Shooting,

Sam W.
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