The FRESH 2013 summer exhibition is curated upon the concept of the The Wall, The Page, The Internet. This reflects that photographs are exhibited as objects, published in print as reproduction and disseminated across digital technology.
The Klompching Gallery provides an excellent environment in which to showcase the five carefully selected artists. Unlike other group shows, that are curated from open submission, the FRESH exhibition is curated upon the premise of representing a body of work by each artist—rather than a single image or two—thus providing collectors and audiences with a better insight into the vision of the emerging photographer's work.
Partnering with BLINK magazine, the audience is expanded beyond the wall and into print. For those who view first-hand, both the exhibit and the magazine feature, it clearly demonstrates how audiences relate to photographs differently, depending upon how those photographs are encountered.
The third installment of FRESH, is an additional level of exposure to a wider audience, together with some delving into the back-story of the photography presented at the gallery. We do this through long-form interviews with each photographer, published on AT LENGTH magazine, and illustrated with large-scale reproductions of their photographs.
We begin the FRESH 2013 interviews with Priya Kambli, talking with her about her series of photographs, Kitchen Gods.
To read our interview, visit AT LENGTH MAG