Beyond The Photograph
Aired On: Mar 1, 2012
Andrea Galluzzo shares images from the series ”Know Myself In All My Parts,” a personal experience of transformative self-discovery which is the culmination of two and a half years of work.
Photographer Andrea Galluzzo began experimenting with the digital darkroom four years ago after working extensively with medium and large format cameras. The knowledge and experience she gained from chemical printing continues to influence the quality and craft of her current work. She attempts to push the boundaries of the photographic medium by taking a complex approach to...
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