November 9-December 15, 2019
Frank Hallam Day, Airstream 19331, 2010. Archival pigment print, 44 x 66 in. Courtesy of the artist and Addison/Ripley Fine Art.
Frank Hallam Day, Girl in Wires, 2016. Archival pigment print, 24 x 36 in. Courtesy of the artist and Addison/Ripley Fine Art.
Frank Hallam Day, Thonglor Police Station, 2015. Archival pigment print, 66 x 44 in. Courtesy of the artist and Addison/Ripley Fine Art.
Late Fall Opening Reception
November 9, 6-9PM
free and open to all, no RSVP required
Gallery Talk: Dark World
November 16, 3-4PM
Free and open to all, please RSVP
This exhibition, as its name implies, examines the distinctive quality of settings in various corners of the world as seen at night, and combines multiple bodies of the artist’s work spanning more than 12 years. The DC-based fine art photographer Frank Hallam Day has worked all over the world, often at night, looking for and in some cases creating a nocturnal mise-en-scène. The images are mysterious, unsettling, and examine the uncertainties, ambiguities, and possibilities of photographs shot at night and with unusual and sometimes unexpected light sources. The exhibition features work from Bangkok, Berlin, and New York as well as from Florida, Myanmar, Cambodia, and elsewhere.