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Published by:
Nicholas Whitman
Published:
3/27/2019
Specs:
Square / 8" x 8"
50 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Art
Tags:
Albert Pinkham Ryder, catalog, fine art photography, moon, moonlight, museum exhibit, Mystery, New Bedford Whaling Museum, night photography, nocturne, twilight

The 19th century painter Albert Pinkham Ryder leaves us hovering at the intersection of light and dark, at the thin illuminated surface of moonlit water and the darkness below upon which it constantly changes. In nature this twinkling moment is mesmerizing. The photographs in this exhibit are not of a fixed subject delivered. Their meaning is fluid and hovers in the balance between shifting interpretations. The photographs are a point of departure for the imagination.

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