2008 MANY

One can look to Ray K. Metzker's composites for one way an artist uses multiple forms to create a new whole. More recently this strategy has been employed by photographers like Andreas Gursky and Chris Jordan (a former Photo Review competition winner.) Here are several ways photographers in our 2008 competition have used many people, many birds, many objects to create a complex single image.



Construction Workers Assemblage

Elliott Kaufman
New York, NY
Construction Workers Assemblage
Archival inkjet print, 45"x30"

Big Box Stores #27, Philadelphia, PA, 2007

Keith Yahrling
Philadelphia, PA
keith@keithyahrling.com
www.keithyahrling.com
Big Box Stores #27, Philadelphia, PA, 2007
Archival pigment print, 15"x19"


Saint Catherine's Convent, Arequipa, Peru

Sandra Rottmann
Washington, D.C.
sandra.rottmann@starpower.net
www.irisphoto.org/live/photographer_overview.asp?memberID=171
Saint Catherine's Convent, Arequipa, Peru
Chromogenic print, 20"x24"

Image #5

Joy Goldkind
St. James, NY
Image #5
Archival pigment print, 20"x24"



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