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Thursday, February 24, 2011

NJE photographer: Carsten Meier

Our final photographer is also our photographer with the most pieces (three!!) accepted into the exhibit by Andy Adams. An Assistant Professor of Photography at the University of Miami, German-born photographer Carsten Meier travels the globe in search of the natural and the manmade, the quiet and the stunning.  His photography is stark, while his images are lush, and his large prints lure you in close to study and absorb the details.

Claustra No.4, Okertalsperre, Germany 2010, 
archival inkjet print from 8x10 color negative scan,  44" x 53 [$980]
Habitat No. 1, Vorre Ridge 2009, 
archival inkjet print from 5x7 color negative stitch,  44" x 87" [$1800]

Claustra No.3, Walters Dam, North Carolina 2010
archival inkjet print from 8x10 color negative scan,  44" x 53 [$980]
Please be sure to visit Carsten's website at CarstenMeier.com and see what his students are creating here.

Carsten gets a late evening post because we've been busy at the gallery today accepting and opening all of the GORGEOUS work. We hope you're as excited as we are about this show, and that seeing the pieces selected and meeting the artists who created them has whetted your appetite for the exhibit.  After opening all of the pieces at the Gallery today, we're so proud to have this amazing group of photographers become a part of our history at the Steenbock.

The National Juried Exhibition opens (at long last!!) on Monday, February 28 and will run until April 8. We're having a party on March 4 from 6-9pm, and would love to see you there!

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