The blog is back and I am hereby inviting you to a print viewing event at my studio in Boston.
It seems I spend a great deal of time speaking about and writing about the value of printing, complainng about how too few do it, how it serves as the qualitative arbitrer of our imagery, how important it is to see what we do presented as an actual print, how prints serve as a way to file a group of photographs in a portfolio, to store a group of prints as a group and so on.
Well, now's your chance to see prints I've made throughout my career. On two consecutive evenings in September Panopticon Gallery and I are opening my studio for people to come and view work. And I am inviting you to join us.
Details are here:
Panopticon Gallery and Neal Rantoul Photography announce:
An Evening with Neal Rantoul
Monday, September 16th 6:30-8:30 pm
Tuesday, September 17th 6:30-8:30 pm
Join Neal at his studio for some light refreshments and a chance to look at portfolios that span his career. From the first series of vintage darkroom prints of Nantucket made in 1981, to new work just printed from Iceland this past July, this is a unique opportunity to look at original work and to meet with this prolific photographer.
Join us for one evening or both.
Please rsvp to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason Landry, owner, Panopticon Gallery
An email will be sent to you with the address of the studio. There is plenty of free parking and the studio is centrally located in Allston near the Mass Pike.
We hope to see you there!
As a general guide to those that are planning on attending: you might want to look at my site to see which portfolios you'd like to look at when you arrive.