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Brief Published: 24 Jun 2011

Bryan Graf’s Composite Photography


American photographer Bryan Graf presents his latest work in the Field Recordings exhibition at the Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York. In a series titled Wildlife Analysis, his photographs combine black-and-white imagery captured in rural areas of New Jersey with coloured film overlays, creating composite images with a unique colour tint.

Created on film and composed in the darkroom, Graf’s imagery embraces the unpredictable nature of colour photographic film. A series of Polaroid photographs exhibited alongside the series shows his studio practice and enthusiasm for experimentation.

Field Recordings runs from June 9 to July 16 2011.