2020 Vision: Group Photography Show at Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque
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2020 Vision: Group Photography Show

Thursday March 5, 2020

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514 Central Ave SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Phone: 766-9888
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January 10–March 6

Reception: Saturday, February 8, 6–8 pm 


2020 Vision • Daniel Ballesteros, Mary Ellen Bartley, William Betts, Tricia Capello, Jason DeMarte, Dylan Hausthor, Jocelyn Lee, Sallie Scheufler, Manjari Sharma, and Shoshannah White

Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present 2020 Vision, a group exhibition of contemporary artists working with photography. The exhibition showcases an array of subject matter and diverse ways of working with the light based medium.

Highlights include gilded photographs by Daniel Ballesteros, in which buildings, concrete, and other manmade structures within the image are obscured by gold leaf leaving only the vegetation visible. By isolating trees at specific crime sites, Ballesteros attempts to spark conversations about gun violence and climate change. William Betts uses his photographs as source material to create large acrylic paintings comprised of thousands of dots. Tricia Capello’s photograph of natural light illuminating the delicate stem of a house plant becomes a formal study of light and dark. Capello approaches image making from a meditative place as Buddhist principles inform how she perceives the world. Jason DeMarte’s photographs combine the natural and artificial worlds. He builds tableaux photographs by digitally compositing candy and icing into scenes with birds and flowers. Jocelyn Lee creates portraits that are reminiscent of seventeenth-century Dutch paintings. Manjari Sharma further investigates the relationship between figure and water. Human forms are abstracted by water in her new series Surface Tension. Informed by scientific inquiry and climate change Shoshannah White records artifacts from the natural world. Additional works by Mary Ellen Bartley, Dylan Hausthor,and Sallie Scheufler are being presented for the first time by the gallery.

2020 Vision presents a range of practices being used within photography. From formal portraiture to gold leafed landscapes or underwater photographs of glaciers, this exhibition embraces the expansive nature of the medium. 


Images for this exhibition can be found on our website www.levygallery.com

High-resolution images are available on request. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook: @levygallery #2020vision @ballesterosprojects @maryellen_bartley @williambettsmiami @triciacapello @jasondemarte @dylan.hausthor @jocelynleephotography @salliescheufler @manjee @shoshannahwhite


Dates: January 10–March 6, 2020

Closing Reception: Saturday, February 8, 6–8 pm

Gallery Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 11 am–4 pm

Location: 514 Central Avenue SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102  

Contact: 505.766.9888, info@levygallery.com, www.levygallery.com