Danny Conant and Fred Zafran - New Exhibit

Multiple Exposures Gallery presents two new exhibits: Mysteres de Paris  by Danny Conant and Memories of the Present by Fred Zafran. The exhibit may be viewed from January 5 through February 14, 2016. An artist reception will be held on Saturday, January 30, 2016, 2-4pm.

 

Mysteres de Paris

Exhibition of Photography by Danny Conant

 ©Danny Conant

©Danny Conant

Fine art photographer Danny Conant presents an exhibition of new work at the Multiple Exposures Gallery.

Danny Conant presents compositions – layered, manipulated, edited to some degree – that speak to the mystifying qualities of Paris. The images were inspired by a recent trip to Paris featuring Cara Black, the author of mystery stories based in Paris.

Danny Conant lives in Montgomery County, Maryland and has exhibited her work in galleries throughout the US and abroad. Her work has been featured in magazines, newspapers and books by other photographers. She has two published books on Tibet, “Tibetan Journey” 2002 and “Vanishing Tibet” 2008.  Conant is a member of Multiple Exposures Gallery and a juried artist of the Torpedo Factory Art Center and the Art League Gallery.

 

Memories of the Present

Exhibition of New Photography by Fred Zafran

 ©Fred Zafran

©Fred Zafran

Urban documentary photographer Fred Zafran presents an exhibition of new work at the Multiple Exposures Gallery.

In this portfolio of new photography, Fred Zafran presents an allegory of being, time and memory.  The images in this photo essay are an exploration of, and challenge to our understanding and everyday conception of the world around us.

Fred Zafran lives in Loudoun County, VA and works in the DC metro area.  He has traveled widely, and his photography takes place in towns and cities throughout the U.S. and abroad.  Zafran is an award winning fine art photographer and juried artist of the Torpedo Factory Art Center (TFAC) in Alexandria, VA.  He has exhibited his work at galleries in New England and throughout the DC metro area.