Photography at the Edges of Daylight
December 21, 2013 – March 16, 2014
Throughout the history of photography, practitioners have been drawn to the varying characteristics of natural and artificial light, skillfully using them to express mood and underline emotion. Dusk through Dawn showcases more than 70 pictures made in the hours between twilight and daybreak, when light becomes particularly suggestive. From scenes of nocturnal activities exposed by the harsh flare of the camera’s flash to early morning landscapes awash in subtle, atmospheric tones, these images are among photography’s most striking.
Organized by the Portland Art Museum and curated by Julia Dolan, Ph.D., The Minor White Curator of Photography.
A few of the Zelman images:
Bil Zelman has multiple pieces on display in the new show “Dusk through Dawn” currently at The Portland Museum of Art curated by Julia Dolan, Ph.D., The Minor White Curator of Photography. Zelman’s work is showcased with the works of Gary Winograd, Robert Doisneau, Ansel Adams, Minor White, Chris McCaw, Peter Henry Emerson, Edward Steichen and many others.