Place in the Sun

Opening: Friday, Nov 6, 2020 12 – 7 pm
Friday, Nov 6 – Dec 31, 2020

1637 W. Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60622

Catherine Edelman Gallery is pleased to present Place in the Sun, our first exhibition of works by scott b. davis. The show opens November 6 and runs through December 31, 2020. 

There will be an opening reception on Friday, November 6, from 12:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Since the inception of the camera, photographers have been drawn to the majestic landscapes throughout the Southwest, attempting to capture the land’s unimaginable splendor. scott b. davis (b. 1971, Silver Spring, MD) is one of these artists drawn to such settings, bearing witness to nature’s beauty and its nuances. His ongoing search for remote places is what sets his work apart.

scott b. davis works with large format cameras and 19th c. printing processes (palladium paper negatives and platinum/palladium positive prints) to create one-of-a-kind photographs that are as gentle and meditative as the places in which he photographs. Whether focusing his camera on the copper mountains in Arizona, a small crevasse in a distant peak, a sandbar in the Anza-Borrego Desert, or brittlebush seeds scattered on the ground, scott b. davis’s artwork captures the simple, subtle pleasures of silence. In a world full of immense noise and countless distractions, it’s important to be reminded of the calm that exists when one takes the road less traveled.



DIGITAL FILES FROM PLACE IN THE SUN ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

VIEW THE EXHIBITION

 

Click here to register for a private tour of the exhibition led by Director Juli Lowe on Saturdays at 11am. Tours are free, but are limited to six people. Masks are required.

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

scott b. davis has exhibited in numerous galleries and museums throughout the country. His work can be seen in the permanent collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Los Angeles, CA), George Eastman Museum (Rochester, NY), The J. Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles, CA), Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts (Kiyosato, Japan), and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art (Kansas City, MO) among others. He currently resides in San Diego, CA.