Saturday Jan 11, 2020
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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For one night, the photographer shows his classics as well as never before seen new works with raffles and light refreshments.
The OT Circus, is thrilled to present, for one night, the photography of Tim Anderson! Featuring his "classics" + never before seen NEW WORKS! We will have raffles and light refreshments for our guests! Join us on Saturday January 11th 2020 from 5-9pm for this fantastic exhibit!
Tim Anderson is a fine art photographer. He has been in the field of photography for more than 45-years. He favors black-and-white street photography, compelling landscapes, surreal composite images and fine art nudes. Looking for the unique in a setting; something that might force him to “take a step back in order to see the image more clearly,” keeps him motivated.
Working in the same manner in the studio as well as on location, surprise is the most invigorating element of his creative process. No model or location is the same and he feels it is up to him to find that “moment,” that epiphany which captures an image that is both timeless and inspiring.
Tim publishes Shadow & Light Magazine, a bi-monthly, PDF, 100 page photography online magazine, which is also available in a print edition. He is the former publisher/managing editor of CameraArts magazine, and also publishes, “The Journal,” weekly photography-related e-newsletter that now goes out to more than 5,000 world-wide subscribers. Tim was Editor-at-Large for Adore Noir magazine (online magazine). Besides photography, he is a writer and published Frame of Mind, a poetry book, a few years ago.
Tim manages several art/photography Websites, leads workshops, blogs and mentors students. He has juried throughout the country for Review Santa Fe, Review LA, Photo Lucida, and The Center for Fine Art Photography, The Gala Awards, The Palm Springs Photo Festival, and Tokyo International Foto Awards. He has photographed workshops by Elizabeth Opalenik (Imagination & Dreams, Santa Fe Workshops), Joyce Tenneson (Santa Fe Workshops), and was asked by the iconic photographer Lucien Clergue to document his nude outdoor location workshop in Béssége, France, in 2009.
We look forward to your attendance!