|Kite Hill 2000 toned gelatin silver print 11 x 14 inches|
February 1 - March 29 2014
Chandler Fine Art is pleased to present a solo exhibition of photographs by San Francisco-based artist Wayne Hoy.
Wayne Hoy has been interested in the San Francisco landscape for a long time, especially in the numerous variations of how the city's architecture reflects the features of its mountains and hills. The "Twilight Series" of black and white images carefully examines the truly unique nature of the landscape here during the transitional moments between day and night. The long exposures often convey aspects of time and motion that would not be recorded during the daytime. Specific locations and monuments in these studies are less important than how they are transformed by the ambiguous presence of both natural and artificial light.
This series of over forty images was captured using a medium-format camera with a tripod, a telephoto lens and natural light. They were taken between 1998 and 2003. It is intriguing to witness how, in the decade or so since, the landscape of San Francisco has evolved.
Mr Hoy received BA and MA degrees in Art from California State University, San Jose. He currently teaches art history at Henry M. Gunn High School in Palo Alto.
He lives with his wife in San Francisco.
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Conversation with Alexandra Frank (mp3)
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