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Juror: Matthew Gamber

"Loneliness" Juror's Choice by Naoto Takahashi San Diego, CA USAThe inability to distinguish one or more chromatic colors, distinction of space by the edges of darkness and light. {sharethis}

Color plays an important role in how we perceive the world around us. So when you take that information away what do you get in return? Without color, other elements of the photograph take on a more distinct role in telling the story. Notice how lighting, contrast, and composition are much more important in monochromatic images.

  Black & white photography is a timeless art; always relevant, always contemporary despite being so historically ancient.  Our juror

Exhibit Calendar (subject to change)
Submissions Close 21-December-14 Midnight EST
Juror' Choices Announcedby 31-July-13
On-Line Check-in Due7-Aug-13
Work Receipt Deadline19-Aug-13
Exhibit Opens22-Aug-13
Artists Reception23-Aug-13 5:30-7:30pm
Exhibit Closes15-Sep-13

City Exhibit Catalog now available at VIoVIo
The Darkroom Gallery Difference

Matthew Gamber states, “There is something about how when you photograph something in black and white, it gets locked in that timeframe where it just becomes obsolete as an everyday seeing experience.”

Whether you are a darkroom purist or a Photoshop crafter, show us your love for hue-less images. We want to see 

your best black and white or alternative process photographs. Pay tribute to the origins of photography.


Juror's Statement:

The title of this show, Color-blind, is essentially theme encompassing a broad approach to the idea of black-and-white. The term itself, black-and-white, conjures an entire history of photographic picture making, and is often defined by its unique graphic limitations. In taking a broad approach to the idea of Color-blind, I selected images that took a certain element of risk in their visual approach, regardless of technique. As a juror, I identified with work whose subject and method were not immediately recognizable. The variations were many; the final choice was difficult.

Matthew Gamber


Juror's Choice

Naoto Takahashi
San Diego, CA USA

Honorable Mention

JOHN B DOUGLAS
Burlington, VT USA

Honorable Mention

Louis DeLuco
Novato, CA USA


Honorable Mention

Mikhail GUBIN
Kew Gardens, NY USA

Honorable Mention

Rob Blews
Washington, DC USA

People's Choice

Carr Kizzier
Baltimore, MD USA



Alena Kuzub
Brighton, MA USA


Amanda Lass
Waterville, VT USA


Andrea K. Baker
Chicago, IL USA



Aubree Ross
Darlington, SC USA


Bernie Kubiak
Amherst, MA USA


Brett Henrikson
providence, ri USA



Brian Wilson
Jamaica Plain, MA USA


Bryan Ballinger
Huntington, in USA


buchen-goodwin
santa fe, nm USA



Caity Fares
Berkeley, California USA


Cameron R Vaughan
Baltimore, MD USA


Cameron R Vaughan
Baltimore, MD USA



Caroline Adamsclark
Delray Beach, Florida USA


Christine Wichert
Underhill, VT USA


Denise Tarantino
San Francisco, CA USA



Drew Hoffman
Blacksburg, VA USA


Ericka Markley
Fort Wayne, IN USA


Frank Armstrong
West Boylston, Massachusetts USA



Heather Ross
denton, tx USA


Jeff McCrum
Belleville, NJ USA


Jenna Petrone
Rochester, New York USA



John Diamond-Nigh
Asheville, NC USA


Josh Souza
Fairhaven, MA USA


Kathryn O'Riley
Watervliet, Michigan USA



Katie Lee Mansfield
Framingham, MA USA


Kelly Michael Cannon
Orinda, CA US


Lanchel Brutus
miami, florida USA



Larry A Dunn
Wolcott, VT USA


Lee-Marie Sadek
CRETEIL, Val de Marne FRANCE


Lisa Flanary
Knoxville, TN USA



Margrieta Jeltema
VERMEZZO, Italy

SOLD

Marian Rubin
Montclair, NJ USA


Mark Melnick
Pasadena, CA USA



Mark Olwick
Seattle, WA USA


Marta Manning
Midland, MI USA


Mihai Florea
Wheelers Hill, Victoria Australia



Mike Whiteley
Longmont, Colorado USA


Nathan Gillam
Hobart, Tasmania AUSTRALIA


Nathan R. Smith
New York, New York USA



Nathan R. Smith
New York, New York USA


Nathan R. Smith
New York, New York USA


Patrick Carr
Evanston, IL USA



Phoebe Kiely
Lincolnshire, UK


RYAN K. MOORE
DENVER, CO USA


Samin Ghiasi
London, United Kingdom



Saša Lazarević
Belgrade, Serbia serbia


Sheung Yiu
Tin Shui Wai, Hong Kong


Steven Millman
Boynton Beach, FL USA



Susan Berger
Tucson, AZ USA


Tyler Santor
Colchester, VT USA


Vladimir Lyovin
Saint-Petersburg, Russia



Walter Rothwell
London, UK


Yosuke Terada
Rego Park, NY USA


Zsolt Bátori
Budapest, Hungary

Juror: Matthew Gamber

A Boston-based artist with degrees from Bowling Green State University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts / Tufts University. Teaching appointments include: Art Institute of Boston / Lesley University, Boston College, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, College of the Holy Cross, Savannah College of Art & Design, Massachusetts College of Art & Design. He is a founding editor of Big Red & Shiny.

Recent exhibitions include: Second Nature: Abstract Photography Then and Now, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA, 2012, The 2012 deCordova Biennial, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA, 2012; Flash Forward 2011 Exhibition, Magenta Foundation, Toronto, CA, 2011; The Sum of All Colors, Sasha Wolf Gallery, New York, 2011. Awards include: Traveling Fellowship, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2011; Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship Finalist, 2011; Humble Art Foundation, New Photography Grant, 2011; Funding Awardee, LEF Foundation, New England (awarded for Big Red & Shiny), 2007 & 2005.


  • All selected entries are exhibited in our gallery and included in a full color exhibit catalog.
  • Juror's Choice receives a 30x48" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image, free entry into a future exhibition and a free exhibition catalog.
  • Honorable Mentions receive free exhibition catalogs and free entry in a future exhibition. 
  • People's Choice gains free entry into a future exhibit.
  • We offer free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibition, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.
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