Visual Arts

Modified Arts Presents a Hollis Frampton-Inspired Photo Exhibition in July

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An estimated 36 pieces of varying sizes from the seven photographers will be on view starting this Friday, July 20 at Modified Arts. According to the artists, these photographs aim to reflect the duality of photography as both trace and transformation that are able to simultaneously describe and alter a subject.

The majority of the exhibition includes inkjet prints, although some of the pieces will be scanned from 4x5 film and two will be silver gelatin prints.

As Phoenix-based photographer Bucky Miller explains, the exhibition came together around the similar conversations he had with several artists and friends. Miller, who curated the exhibition, says he's inspired by Frampton's writing Incisions in History/Segments of Eternity, a work he credits as being "the best thing ever written on photography."

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