Street Photography – Humans in Their Environment

A Juried Coastal Camera Club Exhibition

October 19, 2018 - November 25, 2018

Corkran Gallery

Opening Reception Friday, October 19, 2018 | 5-7 pm

About the Exhibition
While fauna is the focus of The Rehoboth Art League’s Member Showcase exhibition, Animal Farm (running concurrent to this exhibition in the Tubbs Gallery), the Coastal Camera Club explores a different path –  the human condition. Street photography, sometimes called candid photography, is an unmitigated  look at chance encounters and random incidents within public places. Street photography does not necessitate the presence of a street or even the urban environment, it is about spontaneity and the emotional response that transpires in the milliseconds the exposure is made. Street photographs often contain a narrative that can exist on its own. They need no explanation or context to be understood.

Participating Artists
Kim Bemis  |  Ray Bojarski  |  Sue Eberhart  |  John Hoyt  |  Jeffrey Johnson  Suzanne Kricker  |  Marta Nammack  |  Kimberly Scott  |  Dottie Texeira

About the Jurors – Sally Packard and Dinah Reath
Both collectors of an extensive photography collection, Sally Packard and Dinah Reath were principal owners and Directors of Packard-Reath Gallery, in Lewes, DE., where they represented a number of nationally and internationally recognized phographers.

Image Credit:  Dottie Teixeira, Cuban Atitude, 2016, archival pigment print, 19″ x 19″

For Artists:  Prospectus