Kris Graves, Cheryl’s Hallway
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Kris Graves

Cheryl's Hallway, Schwalmstadt, Germany, 2008
Website - KrisGraves.com

Kris Graves creates photographs of landscapes and people to preserve memory. The images stillness cause the viewer to acknowledge the inevitability of change and the passage of time. He suspends his belief and knowledge of this change, not to document a moment or state, but rather to sustain it. In addition to being a photographer for the Guggenheim Museum, Graves acts as the director of +Kris Graves Projects and IYVEE (coming soon); acting as a curator, reviewer, and independent dealer or photography and works on paper. He also works as an editor for Iris Editions, Ltd., London.

Posted on Friday, January 22, 2010.

 

 

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