On Wednesday, March 18, the New York Stereoscopic Assocation will present an exhibition of 3D portraiture, including a selection of stereo portraits by Maximus Clarke. The event will be held at the Penumbra Foundation, 36 E. 30th Street, starting at 6pm.
Clarke’s images on view are a cross-section of his stereographic portrait work over the last 5 years. They include a variety of candid and posed portraits. Some are shown as originally captured, with subjects in front of neutral surfaces, while others have been composited with manipulated backdrops of built environments.
Along with portraits by other stereographers, the event will include presentations by filmmaker Pierre Lamoureux, 3D content distributor Ingo Nadler, and veteran stereo photographer George Thelemis.
The New York Stereoscopic Assocation is the nexus of information and activities concerning 3D and related arts in the New York City area. The Penumbra Foundation is a nonprofit photographic arts organization whose scope spans photography from its 19th century invention to the present age.