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24 x 24

Twenty-four artists with 24 cameras and 24 perspectives, each documenting 24 hours of the first day of this new year, is the formula for a visually stimulating and conceptually invigorating exhibition at Alpine Art. The 24 images on display are by some of the best photographers in the region, and show a technical and thematic range as each were assigned to document one hour of New Year’s Day 2012 in a photographic print.

Laura Ferguson chose 3 a.m., and says, “I have always had a love for graffiti and thought that it was a perfect subject to try and photograph in this piece.” Robert Hall’s hour was 5 a.m.; he captures the Great Salt Lake and says, “We sense beauty in a very personal way: Our reactions to the outside world are governed by our internal sense of self.” Shalee Cooper says of her 9 p.m. time slot, “My goal was to comment on the reflection of time … how our past influences our present and how our future is only limited by our perception.” (Ehren Clark)


24 x 24 @ Alpine Art, 430 E. South Temple, 801-355-1155, through March 31, free. AlpineArtInc.com


Date: Mar 8, 2012
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Phone: 801-355-1155
Address: 430 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City, 84111
Where: Alpine Art
 
 
 
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