“I Sing the Body’’ surveys photographic interpretation of the human form


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“I Sing the Body’’ surveys photographic interpretation of the human form

July 15, 2019


Amber N. Ford, “Down By The River,” 2017
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CLEVELAND, Ohio – The human body is an artistic subject that never gets old, and never fails to inspire. It has been at the center of artistic tradition since the Renaissance, if not since the cave paintings of Lascaux.

 

As a new photography exhibition at the Transformer Station gallery in Ohio City demonstrates, contemporary photographers are using the body to explore everything from hot-button issues of race, gender and religion, to aspects of artistic form made possible by the digital revolution…. click to read the full article.