"At Sea" in Improper Bostonian

Improper Bostonian has selected At Sea as a must-see visual art exhibition this fall!

"The oldest photography gallery in the city sails into a new chapter with At Sea, Panopticon’s first show under a new director and owner since temporarily closing its Hotel Commonwealth doors in April. On display through Oct. 31, the maritime-themed exhibit highlights nine artists, many bringing elements such as painting and historical techniques into their images, including Andrew Seguin. The poet and photographer combines a 19th-century blueprint process with modern-day Photoshop to create digital negatives incorporating texts and illustrations from Moby-Dick."

Read the article by Sarah Hagman here.

Andrew Seguin,  The Chase , 2011, cyanotype, 22 x 15

Andrew Seguin, The Chase, 2011, cyanotype, 22 x 15