"PHOTOGRAPHERS ON PHOTOGRAPHERS: J.K. LAVIN AND DARRYL CURRAN"
"I started this work in the late 1970’s. Influenced by Paul Outerbridge, I set out to make my own color photographs in an old fashioned way, with camera separation. Creating photographs in this manner encourages inaccuracy and serendipity, mistakes and happy accidents. Using the triad color filters; red, blue and green with black and white film I was able to re-create the original color of the scene via Kwik Print (a non silver process), photo silkscreen or preferably, the dye transfer process." by J.K. Lavin (read more)
* Photographs by Darryl C. Curran will be exhibited at dnj Gallery from January 11– February 29, in the exhibition entitled, "The Path of Darryl Curran: from the 1960s – the present (and the Origins of Conceptual Photography)." It will be a retrospective of his work from the 1960s to the present.