Timothy Hyde’s new exhibit, Washington Daybreak, is currently on exhibit at the Multiple Exposures Gallery, from February 16, and be up until March 27. Please stop by on Sunday, February 28th, 2-4pm for the opening reception for the show.
Washington Daybreak is all new work by Hyde. It explores the notion of a particular time of day in a particular metro area—a city that also happens to be the center of the nation’s government. It is about Washington, DC starting its day.
Timothy Hyde has long been known for his night photography in exhibits and publications. In 2015, some of this work was published in his book with North Lights Press, “Approaching Darkness.” The consistent thread through all of this work is his assertion that familiar things are different at night, that scenes we think we know become less certain—maybe less knowable–when seen at night.
In many ways, the same things can be said about daybreak. Washington seen through the lens in the pre-dawn hours and at sunrise looks different than it does when viewed in the daytime. Maybe we can learn some new things about this well-known city.
Multiple Exposures Gallery represents the work of 15 photographers recognized for excellence in contemporary fine art photography. Founded in 1985, Multiple Exposures Gallery is an established and successful business enterprise widely recognized within the Washington, DC metropolitan area and Mid-Atlantic region. The gallery represents work in every genre of fine art photography including landscape, figurative studies, documentary photography, still life, conceptual, abstract, and alternative processes.
In addition to offering outstanding works of fine art photography, Multiple Exposures Gallery is also a forum for artistic exchange, appreciation and education. Represented photographers are sought-after speakers and noted educators committed to dialogue with the public, the community of artists, and institutions of learning. Multiple Exposures Gallery hosts regular shows with well-promoted openings, often in collaboration with independent, nationally recognized curators.
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