Eric William Carroll: Plato's Home Movies
In November 2011, Gallery Crawl visited San Francsico's RayKo Photo Center to talk with Eric William Carroll about his latest exhibition, Plato's Home Movies. Carroll's exhibition includes a long blueprint photogram mural, a video projection piece, and a C-print photograph, all of which were created using early photographic practices. As the show progresses, everything will transform and fade to white, providing an incentive to check it out more than just once.
Plato's Home Movies runs through December 2, 2011 at RayKo Photo Center in San Francisco.
About the Gallery
Since 1991, RayKo Photo Center has provided traditional darkroom rentals and educational resources for photographers. RayKo's gallery features work by emerging and established photographers. Housed in a spacious 12,000 square foot building, RayKo is the largest public photographic community center west of the Mississippi.
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