Stephen Wilkes exhibits his series "Day to Night" at ClampArt Gallery
in New York, opening tonight. The series includes eight photographs of New York City locations taken over the course of 10-15 hours from the same perspective, as the camera remained stationary. It is the first time the photographs will be exhibited together as a series.
Wilkes created the first image in the series, of the High Line, back in 2009 while on assignment for New York Magazine. Since then he has captured Washington Square Park, Times Square, Park Avenue, Central Park, Flatiron, Gramercy Park, and most recently, Coney Island. Wilkes focuses on one scene at each location and captures it over and over, averaging around 1,000 images a shoot. The images are later blended together in Photoshop to create the final photograph.
"Day to Night" opens tonight at ClampArt Gallery, with a reception from 6-8 pm. The show will run until October 29th. Visit the gallery's website
for more information.
See more of Stephen Wilkes' "Day to Night" series here.