Images Without Words

While in Vancouver for my recent show I took in Peter Culley’s excellent show at the Charles Scott Gallery. A giant montage of small to medium ink jet prints wrapped around three walls, thankfully without any explanatory wall text or captions. The shots were taken on his regular excursions to walk the dog, who features in many of the images, but since Peter is a poet the real work is in the arrangement, in the way that adjacent or distant images converse and dispute. I have done something similar, but since those days are over I can take genuine pleasure in the work just as a viewer. A great show and a real contribution to the ongoing history of photography in Vancouver.


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