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Chris McCaw: Time and Tides


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Chris McCaw: Time and Tides

March 2 - April 29, 2017

Chris McCaw in conversation with Julian Cox: Wednesday, March 8, 6 pm | RSVP to

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 9, 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Haines Gallery is pleased to present Time and Tides, an exhibition of recent work by Bay Area photographer Chris McCaw (b. 1971; lives and works in Pacifica, CA). Time and Tides marks McCaw’s first solo exhibition in San Francisco since 2012, and debuts new works on the West Coast, including a selection from two never-before seen series, Cirkut and Tidal. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition at Haines Gallery.

McCaw’s innovative practice is firmly rooted in the history of photography while simultaneously pushing the medium in new directions. Often, the high-caliber lenses on his handmade cameras essentially function as magnifying lenses, allowing the sun to blaze a traceable, visceral path across light sensitive photographic paper over several hours of exposure. The resulting works harness the tension between destruction and creation, their elegant and polished style belying a dependence upon the brute contribution of light and the spin of the earth.

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