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Marshall Sceuttle's Photographs at CEPA

Photos can be used—often are—to tell a story. Sketch out or suggest a narrative. Especially multiple photographs, a series of photos, but individual photos also can suggest a narrative. But there’s something more of the essence of photography than to tell stories. What’s more of the essence is to present detail. Infinite details, fresh details, details never seen before. As opposed to the way every detail in a painting, say, was seen before, if only when it was put there by the painter. Among the infinite details in a photo are details the photographer surely could not have seen. And so are there for anyone to discover. And so all the details in a photo are there to discover, in a way they aren’t in a painting.

Phil Pantano's Photographs at MAIN(ST)UDIOS

On Friday evening, June 14 at 7pm, local photographer Phil Pantano will open his exhibit of black and white photography at MAIN(ST)UDIOS. It’s a series of prints depicting 19 local residents after a day on the job.

Bob Collignon, Eric M. Jensen, and Charles Waldorf at HiTemp Fabrication

The Boy Chums in the Forest is the title of a photography and video exhibit opening Saturday, June 15, with a reception 7-10pm, at Hi-Temp Fabrication, 79 Perry Street, in the Cobblestone District. The artist-chums are Bob Collignon, Eric M. Jensen, and Charles Waldorf.

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