When a character turns into its second self, an alter ego is born. Panopticon Gallery announces its newest group exhibition exploring the theme Dress Up, on display from May 15 through July 9th.
From males who dominate the stage at Jacques' Cabaret in Boston dressed as drag performers, to another artist's fascination with religious art and iconography. It continues with the tattooed and burlesque friends of Helsinki, Finland based duo Atelieri O. Haapala that have found themselves inserted onto contemporary cabinet cards, to an artist who photographs his brother-in-law in staged narratives while donning his favorite Superman costume.
In the Private Room we will be featuring Photographs by students in Stephen Sheffield's Black & White class at the New England School of Photography . Located in Kenmore Square, New England School of Photography (NESOP) offers a full-time, two-year intensive Professional Photography Program for those seeking a career in photography and photographic workshops in a variety of disciplines at all levels-from basic camera instruction to advanced digital imaging. NESoP's Professional Photography Program is a balanced, comprehensive program focusing exclusively on photography to provide practical technical and business photographic training while nurturing the student’s creative development. (text courtesy NESoP website)
Our Emerging Artist | FEATURED will be William Scully.
For high resolution images, please contact Jason Landry at Panopticon Gallery.