Exhibit | The Decisive Moment

The Decisive Moment | Exhibition Dates: November 3rd - November 30th, 2017. Praxis Gallery would like to thank all of the artist who participated in the exhibit, The Decisive Moment. The theme for the show was inspired by the iconic 20th Century street photographer, Henri Cartier- Bresson. Cartier-Bresson described the decisive moment as ‘the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event as well as of a precise organization of forms which give that event its proper expression.” Bruce Berkow (USA), won the Juror’s Choice Award. Honorable mentions went to Matt Porch (Australia), Christian Drexler (Germany) and Ellen Fryer (USA).

It was a beautiful collection of images presented at the Praxis Gallery show. Here a is list of all participating artitsts: Eric Cortés (Germany), Iggy Beerbower (United States), David Bendiksen (United States), Paula Berg (United States), Bruce Berkow (United States), Hilde Charlotte Blomberg (Norway),

Hans Brunk (United States), William Bullard (United States), Hannah Clark (United States), Mark

Coggins (United States), Christian Drexler (Germany), Gary Duehr (United States), John Francis (United States), Larry French (United States), Ellen Freyer (United States), Richard Greene (United States), Dale Harper (Australia), Elizabeth Herrmann (United States), Kristin Kesting (United States), Chae Kihn (United States), Meghan Kirkwood (United States), Christine L Mace (United States), Jonathan Mullen (United States), Julie O'Connor (United States), Anna Pepe (United Kingdom), Matt Portch (Australia), DaRrell Privott (United States), Charles Seaton (United States), Rachel Thomas (United States), Ilya Trofimenko (Germany), Chris Walker (United States), and Scot Wittman (United States).

See the entire collection of images below or click here to return to gallery page: https://www.praxisgallery.com/exhibits

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