CATE DINGLEY (b. 1989) is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. In 2018, Cate was selected by Magenta Flash Forward as one of the 100 international emerging photographers and in 2017, Cate was listed by TIME as one of the 34 female photographers...
Focus:Photographer, Writer, Fine Art, Documentary, Photography, Portraiture, Culture
Covering:USA & Canada
Skills:Image Archiving, Graphic Design, Audio Recording, Adobe Photoshop, Photo Editing, Black & White Printing, Curating, Exhibition Design, Photojournalism
Tonight: Ezy Ryders at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe
Photography today can feel invisible. It saturates the news, social media, advertising, and vernacular uses in everyday life. Yet, photography’s ubiquitousness gives it a quiet power in numbers. It aids in the telling of important truths and lies; reinforcing rhetoric and debunking myths. Photography has the power to tell a story from an individual perspective and to be understood by the masses. The Big Reveal: Telling Truth in an Age of Fiction explores how photographers today are revealing truths and addressing the roles of fact and fiction in contemporary society.
El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe / East side of building, at the Santa Fe Railyard Friday, June 7th, & Saturday, June 8th / 8-10PM Free & open to the public
Photographs from Ezy Ryders will be included in the outdoor projection. Selections from thirty-eight artists will be played on a continuous loop throughout the evening. Light drinks & refreshments served.
"The "Big Reveal" photographers created fantastical worlds in their images as they sought out fictional narrative as the antidote to a harsh reality. Many projects faced social issues head on and documented the problems of humanity or brought light to the un-seen. For some, revealing truths meant looking inwards and expressing a personal truth through self-portraiture or collaborations with family. These projects emphasize the unique relationship between photography and the idea of ‘truth.’"
~ Juror Angie Rizzo, Exhibits & Programs Manager, CENTER