Sally Gall: The Water's Edge




In Sally Gall’s ethereal photographs, a lone bather drifts placidly in a crystalline pool; a field of sunflowers bows beneath a sky threatening rain; a long, gleaming wave curves across the surface of a dark lake. At water’s edge, the sensuality of immersion, the tactility of water, and the transparency of air combine to create an otherworldly terrain, an eerie paradise where nature and dreams meet. Gall’s superb compositions capture and enhance the ever-changing play of light, water, and land, creating images that are at once ominous and serene, disturbing and reassuring. Gall’s work is in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, among others. The exhibition was organized in association with the Southeast Museum for Photography, Daytona, Florida.

 

• 37 prints to occupy 100 linear feet
• Twenty 16 x 20” and sixteen 20 x 24
gelatin
  silver prints matted in black wood frames with
  4-ply archival board, under UV plexi
• Two 20 x 24” text panels
• 37 wall labels
• Photographer is available for panels
  and lecture series
• Publication: The Water’s Edge
• Rental Fee: $4,000

 

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