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From the Files: A Postcard from Stephen Chalmers

We form long-term relationships with most artists we work with, whether it’s through our residency program, our publications, or our exhibitions. Our artists choose a variety of ways to keep us informed about what they’re doing, including email, Facebook posts, in-person visits, phone calls, and mailed notices for exhibitions and other life events. One of […]


Notice for Stephen Chalmers: Unmarked

Syracuse art historian, critic, and writer Nancy Keefe Rhodes has posted a great article about the exhibition Stephen Chalmers: Unmarked, which is currently on view in the Light Work Main Gallery. Having come upon the opening for the exhibition by chance, she appears to have been pleasantly surprised by the series, the photographer, who gave […]


Stephen Chalmers: Unmarked

This Thursday, April 1, Light Work will host an opening reception for Stephen Chalmers: Unmarked, which will be on view in the main gallery until May 29, 2010. This series of work features seemingly innocuous landscapes that also happen to be places where the bodies of murder victims were found. This switch, while initially shocking, […]


Stephen Chalmers: Unmarked

Stephen Chalmers: Unmarked Exhibition Dates: March 22–May 29, 2010 Gallery Reception: April 1, 2010, 5:00–7:00pm Light Work is pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition Unmarked, featuring photographs by Stephen Chalmers. Contact Sheet 156 will be published concurrently with the exhibition. The large-format landscape photographs in Unmarked connect remembrance and the land by investigating the locations where serial […]