© Rani Robison

© Rani Robison

© Robert Heller

© Robert Heller

© Gary Beeber

© Gary Beeber

© Delphine Queme

© Delphine Queme

© Ge Wang

© Ge Wang

© Ge Wang

© Ge Wang

© Heming Zhang

© Heming Zhang

© Debra Vitt

© Debra Vitt

© Peter Tilgner

© Peter Tilgner

© Kamila	Stepien

© Kamila Stepien

© Carl Shubs

© Carl Shubs

© Carol Schwerdfeger

© Carol Schwerdfeger

© Steve Stenzel

© Steve Stenzel

© Joe Sabol

© Joe Sabol

© Delphine Queme

© Delphine Queme

© Marcie Rich

© Marcie Rich

© Michael Potts

© Michael Potts

© Neal Pierman

© Neal Pierman

© Michael Platt

© Michael Platt

© Michael Mudd

© Michael Mudd

© Justin Martin

© Justin Martin

© Maxwell Mateikis

© Maxwell Mateikis

© Lodiza LePore

© Lodiza LePore

© Catherine Leicht

© Catherine Leicht

© Kevin Lyle

© Kevin Lyle

© Kyoung Lee

© Kyoung Lee

© Alan Leder

© Alan Leder

© Kyoung Lee

© Kyoung Lee

© Jace Knie

© Jace Knie

© Timothy Lacey III

© Timothy Lacey III

© Michael Jorgensen

© Michael Jorgensen

© Pato Hebert

© Pato Hebert

© Madison Huntsman

© Madison Huntsman

© Theodore Gordon

© Theodore Gordon

© Theodore Gordon

© Theodore Gordon

© Dave Hanson

© Dave Hanson

© Kathleen Gerber

© Kathleen Gerber

© Gary Duehr

© Gary Duehr

© Peter Devenyi

© Peter Devenyi

© Peter Devenyi

© Peter Devenyi

© Hui-ju Chen

© Hui-ju Chen

© Donna Dangott

© Donna Dangott

© Jade Butay

© Jade Butay

© Jade Butay

© Jade Butay

© Jaime Bird

© Jaime Bird

© Michael Borowski

© Michael Borowski

© Geoffrey Agrons

© Geoffrey Agrons

© Jacqueline Asplundh

© Jacqueline Asplundh

© Clayton Anderson

© Clayton Anderson

© Andrea Abonyi

© Andrea Abonyi

 International Juried Photography Exhibition

MAKING STRANGE

Opening Night: To Be Announced
Exhibit Dates: Sept 19th - Oct 13th 2020

Juror | Douglas Beasley

How do we document what happens and recurs everyday: the banal, the common, the ordinary? Can we rescue astonishment from the forgotten obvious by finding unexplored perspectives to depict our common places and familiar activities in startling and engrossing new ways?

 

Praxis Gallery seeks the submission of photographic works that search for the iconic and ironic in the everyday world around us; that portray the people, places and things which have become ordinary to us in new, imaginative and expressive ways. All genres interpretations, capture types, color and black & white, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.

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