Juried by: Brenton Hamilton, Diane Chung, Zack Sumner Schomp and The Image Flow October 9 – December 22, 2023 Opening Reception: Saturday, October 14, 5:30–7:30PM The Image Flow proudly presents our 7th Annual Alternative Process Photography Exhibition, a juried exhibition featuring 31 artists working with a wide variety of historical and analog photographic printing processes. […]
Juried by: Kari Orvik, Nathan Lomas, and The Image Flow May 30 – July 21, 2023 Opening Reception: Saturday, June 3, 5:30–7:30PM The Image Flow is proud to announce their juried exhibition Queer Conscience 2023. This exhibition showcases a diverse group of talented artists closely tied to the LGBTQIA2+ community. The entries of original works […]
Curated by: The Image Flow April 3 – May 19, 2023 Opening Reception: Saturday, April 15, 5:30–7:30PM The Image Flow is proud to announce their invitational exhibition Art Served on Plates: Intaglio Prints by Bay Area Fine Art Photographers & Artists. This exhibition showcases a diverse group of talented artists who specialize in photogravure prints, […]
Curated by: The Image Flow February 6 – March 24, 2023 Opening Reception: Saturday, February 18, 5:30–7:30PM The Image Flow proudly presents our 2023 Group Exhibition, featuring photo selections from our students, clients, and photo of the month award winners. All photographs featured in this exhibition have been prepared by and printed at The […]
Throughout his career, Minor White sought to photograph things not simply for what they are, but for what they might suggest—his images are full of symbolic and metaphorical allusions. Born in Minneapolis in 1908, White came of age when homosexuality was socially unacceptable and sought comfort in a variety of Western and Eastern religious practices.
Vivian Maier’s riveting street photographs sent shockwaves around the photographic world when first shown in 2009.
I’ve been to a banquet—Hendrik Paul’s new show at The Image Flow, Light From Within. It’s a show with crescendos of excitement and photographs that grant the viewer entry into the personal vision of an emerging voice. There are some many faceted gems here. As with any emerging photographer, about one third of the show consists of classic image making. Though masterful, as classic uses of composition, light, tonal value, subject matter, etc., they are images that don’t add anything new to the vocabulary of photography and don’t clear his unique voice. However, these are silenced by the majority of the show, which consists of images that not only add words and phrases to photography’s vocabulary, but also employ these additions to convey stories of genuine seeing.