Dennis Geller

Photographer
Visual Pathways
Location: Boston
Nationality: U.S.
Biography: Coming soon...
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Visual Pathways
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Updated 03/15/21
Visual Pathways
(2019-21)
These eleven images were selected by Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director of the Griffin Museum of Photography,  for a show titled "Digits: A Parallel Universe." In the exhibition notes she wrote "This exhibition all started in one of my classes last August. Numerous students presented work that challenged the planes and layers of everyday living. In particular, the works by Bill Gore and Dennis Geller spurred on the shaping of this exhibition. At first look, I found their photographs confusing yet very exciting. I quickly tried to unravel the cause of my off-kilter posture, as I am not one to ever dismiss digital intervention or novel pathways....

"Dennis Geller’s path began in exploring representational subjects in his photographs.  He honed his perception in the studio and then the forest. Deeper dives into the language of photography brought him to explore the presence of light in the everyday as well as articulating the physicality of emotions in the abstract, the science of vision and the dimensions of time and change.


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