Posts Tagged ‘Jason Kalogiros’

Jason Kalogiros: The Measure, The Weight, The Ground, The Scale at CAPITAL

Jason Kalogiros. Untitled (Drawing), 2015; unique gelatin silver photograph; 24 x 20 in. Courtesy of the Artist and Capital, San Francisco.

 Today from our partners at Art Practical, we bring you a review of Jason Kalogiros’ current solo show at Capital in San Francisco. Author Danica Willard Sachs notes, “[T]he artist employs the methodology of photography to interrogate the discrete boundaries between media.” This article was originally published on July 2, 2015. The process of making a photograph bears striking resemblance to the process of making a bronze sculpture.[…..]

Testimony of Simplicity: Jason Kalogiros at UnoSolo

In the Same Place no.7 (Bernal Hill), 4 x 5 inches, analog c-print. 2010. Courtesy of UnoSolo.

A pinhole camera is a primitive, often homemade photographic apparatus composed of a darkened chamber, in which light sensitive film or photographic paper is inserted and then exposed via a tiny “pinhole” puncture in the wall of the compartment. It is “Photography 101″ at its most basic. San Francisco based artist, Jason Kalogiros constructed his from an Old Fashioned Quaker Oats container, featuring the familiar face[…..]