Night/Light: Bay Area Photographers Take Aim After Dark

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Alone on the Roof, 2010 © Courtesy of the Artist and San Francisco City Hall
Night/Light: Bay Area Photographers Take Aim After Dark

1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102
September 16th, 2010 - January 14th, 2011
Opening: September 16th, 2010 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Union Square/Civic Center
Mon - Fri 8am-8pm


SFAC Gallery and PhotoAlliance present:

Night/Light: Bay Area Photographers Take Aim After Dark
Supporting Organizations: San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery and PhotoAlliance

Exhibition: Night/Light: Bay Area Photographers Take Aim After Dark
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 16 5:30-7:30 PM
Exhibition Dates: September 16 – January 14, 2010
Location: SFAC Gallery, Art at City Hall, ground floor

Jay Ach, Barbara Collins, Tamara Danoyan, Armand Emamdjomeh, Miguel Farias, Linda Fitch, Andy Frazer, Terri Garland, Lenny Greenwald, Sandrine Hermand-Grisel, Daniel Konhauser, Oren Lukatz, Vanessa Marsh, Genevieve Masse, Kristopher Parra, Keith Petersen, Shawn Peterson, Jesse Pollock, Chris Rochelle, Greta & Manu Schnetzler, Jeff St. Andrews, Stephen Thomson, Lena Tsakami, Don Whitebread, Cynthia Wood, Nina Zeininger, Mark Jarmenko



THE EXHIBITION: Night/Light: Bay Area Photographers Take Aim After Dark

The work selected for the exhibition explores what happens after sunset and before sunrise. The 26 Bay Area artists selected submitted nighttime images ranging from landscapes to portraits, from photodocumentary essays to fantastical narratives. More information on the exhibition coming soon. PLease check back.

The City Hall ground floor exhibition space can accommodate up to 100 photographs. The jury will choose between three and ten images from each selected artist. Please do not submit less than three images. There will be no stipend for selected artists.

Please be conscious of the fact that the exhibition space at City Hall is a multi-use area that acts as a busy intersection for City employees, tourists, children and arts patrons. It is both a municipal cross roads and a place where individual concerns may be expressed. Please note that exhibited works will not be insured.

Aimee Le Duc, Gallery Manager, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery
Thom Sempere, Executive Director, PhotoAlliance
Tim Baskerville, Founder, The Nocturnes