Jeremy Kramer ’15 Offers an Alternative Portrayal of European Landmarks in Photography Exhibition

February 23, 2015 jretter Retter

The Arcadia University community was invited to attend the opening reception for Visitor, a photographic project by Jeremy Kramer ’15 on view in the Judith Taylor Art Gallery of Landman Library from March 2 to 15. Visitor is comprised of 12 images taken from black and white 35mm film depicting cultural sites of Western Europe such as Versailles, the Tate Modern, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and Notre-Dame Cathedral. Kramer, an art history student with a minor in studio art, captured these photos while studying abroad in Paris during the fall 2013 semester. Through this series of photographs, Kramer aims to “portray the reality of a place that is defined by its visitors: a world that is somewhere in-between the past and the present.”

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