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Dinesh Boaz, Sarah Hadley & Ellen Cantor

Sarah Hadley, Crossing Paris, Archival inkjet print, 2019

Dinesh Boaz, Sarah Hadley & Ellen Cantor
March 7th – April 18th

Opening reception: Saturday, March 7th, 5-7PM

Sarah Hadley
“Story Lines”
“The series creates a natural, feel-good environment that appeals to the senses, while at the same time, displays an aesthetic value and appreciation. Influenced by the Film Noir genre of the 1950s and 1960s, Sarah Hadley presents women’s independence and strength. The final photographs, compositing several, single images, are formed utilizing an excess amount of light, shadow and texture, all at once. She explains, “The images are intentionally constructed both in and out of the camera to depict intimate female joys, sorrows, dreams and desires.”

Dinesh Boaz
“Within the Lines”
This exhibition creates a dynamic juxtaposition between the natural landscape and our involvement in it. This fresh perspective is definitely attractive, but also reveals a reflective state which is introspective, as well as contemplative. Dinesh Boaz explores the area beneath him via a helicopter to achieve a ‘top’ view. As he states, “By honing-in on the specific details of the earth below, I can highlight the remoteness and stillness in water, sand and rugged space like terrain, but also connect back to our existence with human form and the life within.”

Ellen Cantor
“Visual DNA…the language of photographs”
“By photographing and re-contextualizing precious memories, I have sought to understand how life proceeds, and then, ultimately disappears. I document the artifacts of the past in order to enrich the present,”

dnj Gallery
3015 Ocean Park Boulevard
Santa Monica, California 90405


Location: California, Santa Monica, United States Type:

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