Corden Potts Gallery in San Francisco is pleased to present a curated exhibit of the work of Max Kellenberger entitled Selections 1979–2019, put together by Analog Forever Magazine’s own Niniane Kelley. As the show's title indicates, it's an exhibit of work that Max has created over the past 40 years. Some of the images in the show have never been seen before. As diverse as these images seem not only in date but also in subject and style, Max says, "They are all connected through recurring themes such as emptiness, desperate harmony, and abysmal depth. But to make the serious ideas all the more bearable, there is also a spark of humor, lightness, and irony." We hope that you check out this exhibition to see what surprises Max and Niniane have for all of you!
Exhibition Viewing Times and Important Dates:
You can view this great exhibition during gallery store hours from May 2nd, 2019 until June 15th, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays 11:00AM - 5:30PM and until 7:30PM the first Thursday of the month.
About Max Kellenberger:
Max Kellenberger was born in 1956 in a small town in Central Switzerland and ge began his journey into photographer there at the age of 10. After working as a photojournalist and commercial photographer in Switzerland he moved to San Francisco in 1992. For the last 20 years he has focused on fine art photography. Max creates images using a variety of techniques. Recently, he has been drawn to working in the darkroom and with its less than predictable results.
His images have been shown in galleries and published in print and online both in Europe and the US. He has been a recipient of the 20x24 Camera Grant from Polaroid and the winner of the Golden Light Award from the Maine Photographic Workshop, as well as a professional Photographers Award from The Santa Fe Workshops. His images are in numerous private collections, such as those of Elton John, Graham Nash, and Joaquim Paiva, as well as in major collections such as the Polaroid Collection and the Lucerne State Collection. He lives and works in San Francisco.