Alexander Mouton, Some Time Later…I’m Here: Photographs from Poland and Ukraine
November 5—December 3, 2015
Opening: First Thursday, November 5, 6:00—8:00 PM
Closing: First Thursday, December 3, 6:00—8:00 PM
Please note: the gallery will be closed November 26—27 for the Thanksgiving holiday
Next month, Gallery4Culture features a 22-photograph exhibition by Seattle-based artist Alexander Mouton titled Some Time Later…I’m Here: Photographs From Poland and Ukraine. The show presents select images from Mouton’s ongoing documentary project in Eastern Europe, which began directly following the fall of the Berlin Wall, when Mouton lived in Berlin, Germany for four years. His photographs explore the milieu in which those remaining Ukrainian and Polish citizens—who survived the Nazi invasion, Stalin’s brutal rule, and postwar Soviet totalitarianism—live out the remaining years of their lives. Some Time Later…I’m Here consists of color photographs from 2013, taken in Warsaw, Krakow, Lodz, and Wroclaw, Poland and in Lviv, Ukraine.
Mouton’s study in Eastern Europe was supported, in part, by a Fulbright Fellowship, during which he apprenticed to a master bookbinder and participated in international arts projects. Recently, Mouton’s photographic practice has expanded to explore new technology, showing his interactive and time-based art in national and international venues. He is currently an Associate Professor of Digital Art and Design at Seattle University.
Up Next: Gallery4Culture will be closed in December, reopening on January 7 with a solo show by Michelle de la Vega.
Artist Call: King County visual artists interested in showing work at Gallery4Culture in the 2016-17 season are encouraged to apply. Applications will be available online in December, and due January 11. Please call 206-263-1587 with any questions.