Through March 28 (closed 3/10-18)
M-Sat 12-730pm, Sun 12-4pm
Features Barbara Beirne, Terry Boddie, Sandra C. Davis, Michael Froio, Chuck Kelton, Wendy Paton, Alison Rossiter, Helen M. Stummer, and Howard F. Zoubek.
"This group of New Jersey photographers represents that diversity in striking ways. Some document the actual world unadorned, from images of the landscape to those of the inner city. Some make pictures that are totally abstract. Some take the world as it is. Some construct what they are going to photograph. Some print using present digital technologies, some using traditional 20th-century chemical processes, some using older alternative photographic processes. Some do not even use a camera, relying instead on light itself or even photographic chemicals alone to create an image.
In an era when almost none of the billions of photographs made every year are ever printed, this exhibition not only presents some of the wide diversity of image-making among photographic artists today, but allows us to contemplate the exquisite nature of the photographic print as an object."