The Oak Cliff Cultural Center will present Multiple Exposures, a photography exhibition of artwork by Kathy Tran and Steve and Erin Reeves that incorporates the use of modern and vintage photographic techniques.
Kathy Tran and Steve and Erin Reeves work collaboratively as MakeShift Photography. The trio incorporates modern digital photographic methods with traditional black and white darkroom techniques, resulting in multi-layered creations that have a sense of bringing the outside in. Steve and Erin Reeves travel thousands of miles each year to collect photography for their projects, all of which are printed on high-quality materials using archival methods.
Tran’s interest in merging images started in the visual arts creating collages in her sketchbooks, but as the pendulum swung she began dedicating more time to photography. She began experimenting with in-camera multiple-exposures, and instantly fell in love with the results. Tran specializes in the art of portraiture and likes capturing special moments of our existence. She believes what makes life interesting are the people you meet and the relationships that are built as a result.
Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 13.