©	Robin Bell

© Robin Bell

©	Michel Bellot

© Michel Bellot

©	Mattia Bonucci

© Mattia Bonucci

©	Kate Brogdon

© Kate Brogdon

©	Valerie Burke

© Valerie Burke

©	Cassandra A. Cook

© Cassandra A. Cook

©	Carla Della Beffa

© Carla Della Beffa

©	Dean Forbes

© Dean Forbes

©	Michelle Friars

© Michelle Friars

©	Robert George

© Robert George

©	Carl Glassman

© Carl Glassman

©	Sharisse Grannan

© Sharisse Grannan

©	Baris Gumus-Dawes

© Baris Gumus-Dawes

©	Kip Harris

© Kip Harris

©	Kylo-Patrick Hart

© Kylo-Patrick Hart

©	Kristine Hinrichs

© Kristine Hinrichs

©	Michaelann Kelley

© Michaelann Kelley

©	Amanda Large

© Amanda Large

©	Flynn Larsen

© Flynn Larsen

©	Jim Larson

© Jim Larson

©	Hanniel Levenson

© Hanniel Levenson

©	Tracy Longley-Cook

© Tracy Longley-Cook

©	Harry Longstreet

© Harry Longstreet

©	Debbie McCulliss

© Debbie McCulliss

©	Bryan Murray

© Bryan Murray

©	Rachel Nixon

© Rachel Nixon

©	Dan Plummer

© Dan Plummer

©	Parinya P.

© Parinya P.

©	Merry Reimler

© Merry Reimler

©	Richard Schramm

© Richard Schramm

©	Nathan CW. Smith

© Nathan CW. Smith

©	Allan Syphers

© Allan Syphers

©	Joanne Thompson

© Joanne Thompson

©	James Towney

© James Towney

©	Mark S. Zimmerman

© Mark S. Zimmerman

©	Lou R. R. Zurn

© Lou R. R. Zurn

 International Juried Photography Exhibition

IN-BETWEEN MOMENTS

Reception: Saturday October 15TH 6-8PM CST
Email Notification: Sept 23rd 4PM CST
Exhibition Dates:  Oct 15th -29th, 2022

The most perceptive photographers can make compelling pictures out of uninteresting moments. - Alex Tehrani –
 

French novelist Georges Perec declared that we should found “an anthropology of the ordinary” as revolt against cultural and mass media exploitation of the exotic - the relentless parade of trauma elevated above the routine of everyday events. Perec’s revolt against the frenzy of trauma (the shameful, the voyeuristic and the spectacular) was to excessively document the ordinary in daily life, meticulously accounting for everything and anything in one’s immediate surroundings in an active attempt to uncover the unimportant and the insignificant.
 

Praxis Gallery presents photographic art that explores the in-between moments of life and endeavors to notice the unnoticeable, the mundane, the banal and anti-climactic.

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