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Jeremy Kidd

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California Museum of Photography, 2007 © Jeremy Kidd
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TaiKoo Place 1, 2011 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 75"x75" © Jeremy Kidd
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TaiKoo Place 2, 2011 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 50"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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Pacific Place 1, 2011 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 50"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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Ruby City 2, 2010 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Pane 60.5"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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Luna Park, 2010 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 63x108 © Jeremy Kidd
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Sydney Opera 1, 2010 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 54"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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The Burj (Dubai) , 2010 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 45"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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The London Eye, 2010 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 58" X 87" © Jeremy Kidd
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Lions Bay, 2010 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 68"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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Super Dome, 2009 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 51"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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St Ives 1, 2009 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 58"x108 © Jeremy Kidd
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The Gate (DIFC Dubai) , 2008 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 53"x120" © Jeremy Kidd
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Sheikh Zayed Mosque (Abu Dhabi), 2008 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 90"x90" © Jeremy Kidd
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Ruby City, 2008 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 52"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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LACMA 2, 2008 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 53"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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LACMA 1, 2008 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 53.5" X 108" © Jeremy Kidd
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LACMA 3, 2008 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 70"x47" © Littlejohn Contemporary
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Waterbowl, 2007 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 43"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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Times Square 1, 2007 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 34" X 84" © Jeremy Kidd
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Chrysler 2, 2006 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 27" X 84" © Jeremy Kidd
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Chrysler 1, 2006 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 48" X 58" © Jeremy Kidd
Brookland-bridge
Brooklyn Bridge, 2006 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 56"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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Exploratorium 3, 2005 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 35.5" X 108" © Jeremy Kidd
Exploratorium-2
Exploratorium 2, 2005 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 35.5" X 108" © Jeremy Kidd
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Exploratorium 1, 2005 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 35.5" X 108" © Jeremy Kidd
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Thames 2, 2005 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 44"x108" © Jeremy Kidd
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Desert to Palm , 2005 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 108"x46" © Jeremy Kidd
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Crystal City 3, 2004 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 50.2" X 84" © Jeremy Kidd
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Crystal City 2, 2004 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum 42"x 48" © Jeremy Kidd
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Crystal City 1, 2004 Chromogenic Print on Aluminum Panel 30" X 71" © Jeremy Kidd
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Oriental Pearl 1 © Courtesy of the Artist and Leslie Sacks Contemporary
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THE ORIENTAL PEARL PUDONG 1, 2012 CHROMOGENIC PRINT on ALUMINUM PANEL
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The Interrupted Landscape, 2015
Quick Facts
Birthplace
London, England
Lives in
Venice, California
Works in
Venice, California
Representing galleries
Fahey Klein Gallery, Scott Richards Gallery, Littlejohn Contemporary
Tags
Contemporary photography landscape, photography, digital
Current Exhibitions and Events
Nov, 2016
British Invasion
Lancaster Museum of Art and History
Statement

Fictional Realities 

For the last several years, I have been utilizing my background as a sculptor and painter to push the photographic realm and explore the modern environment. I want to capture the enigmatic architectural drama of place by using multiple time-lapse photographs, expansive panoramic views and careful alterations of the images. My goal is to engage the viewer and convey an animated experience of the dynamic urban infrastructure.

Composed from up to 100 Photographs melded together. The pieces are, as much about what traditional photography is not, as they are about what it can be made to do, exploring movement, time, multiple viewpoints and the subjectivity of experience.  During the re-assemblage into coherent panoramic vistas the scenes are altered and evolve away from the original source to become a metaphor for memory”.  As do our experiences as they depart overtime from the observed source.

Fundamentally, compositing these, long exposures into a single piece, is a more cohesive way of expressing the filmic.  It allows me to explore movement and condensed time and lends itself to my concerns with exemplifying the transcendental in the urban/landscape”.  Here I draw parallels with the artists from the Hudson River School.
 
It seems unrealistic to expect a single photographic shot, a single moment in time, to convey the human experience of seeing. We visually explore our environment in the third and forth dimensions as we build our personal visual journey.