Lindsey Ross @ Budapest Art Factory – 2019

 


Opening on Tuesday, April, 2. 2019 .

At:  District, XIII., 2 Vizafogó Street – Budapest
Visiting hours from 6 p.m.- 9 p.m.

Lindsey Ross lives and works in Santa Barbara, California and arrives in Budapest to be part of Budapest Art Factory.

This year Lindsey opens the season with a solo show, entitled Uncultivated. Ross will be the first guest of this year’s BAF’s International Artist Residency Program.

The Uncultivated exhibition showcases Lindsey Ross’s fine art photography. A selection of autonomous and at the same time a spiritual the process of works created with wet plate collodion technique, a unique and an archaic photographic process to reimage the archetypes and phenomena of the American West. Each photo is a one-off and nonrepeatable work of art and original in every respect.

Between 1850 and 1890, the wet colloidal process was one of the dominant photographic methods. Since then, the world has been enriched by a hundred and fifty years of history, political movements, artistic and cultural values.

Llindsey attended several exhibitions in Santa Barbara, California, including Portraits. at The Arts Fund a Slow Hands Exhibition c. at the SBCAST exhibition and the Tonalism Now c. at the Sullivan Goss Gallery. Colorado at the Ingress, Egress, Regress, Telluride Arts Gallery, Utah at the Faces of Summit County, at the Kimball Arts Center.

On the day of the opening, each studio can be visited, have access to the creative processes and talk to the artists.

Permanent Artists: Nathan BROWN, Dora JUHÁSZ,  Zalán KIS-TÓTH Márta, KUCSORA, Sandor SZÁSZ. Invited Artists: John CHIARA, Lindsey ROSS

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