Craig Kull Gallery will be hosting an exhibition of recent aerial photographs by Michael Light entitled InterMountain. Light’s black-and-white and color images stem from a tradition of landscape photography long entranced with the American West. Though with a similar sense of the grandiose and an exquisite tonal range, Light’s work is set apart by it’s investigation of the tension between the natural landscape and the increasing presence of man.
The exhibit runs from April 24th to May 29th, with a reception on April 24th, from 3 to 5pm. A component of the exhibition will be on view concurrently at The Gallery at The Archer School for Girls, with a reception also on April 24th from 4 to 5:30 with an artist talk to follow at 5:30. Also on view will be a series of photographs by Marc Valesella entitled Not Negotiable.