“Blurred Lines" A Solo Show By Photographer Adrien Broom - Cinematic Photography That Creates Tension between Reality and Fantasy

  • BROOKLYN, New York
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  • March 22, 2011

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Adrien Broom, "Blurred Lines," opens at Hans de Castellane Gallery on March 31.

The Hans de Castellane Gallery is delighted to announce Blurred Lines, a solo exhibition for photographer Adrien Broom, opening on Thursday, March 31st and on view through April 30, 2011.

Adrien Broom is a photographer with an eye for the bizarre and beautiful. Her images often tell stories, exploring conversations and creating worlds that don’t quite exist in the usual way. 

Broom's cinematic approach to photography through a bizarre and beautiful lens results in illusions that play with reality and make the viewer believe anything is possible. Implying a plot, drama, depth of characters and situation in a single frame, her photographs teeter between reality and fantasy.

She received a BA in 3D Computer Animation in Boston, has studied Fine Art in Florence, and has studied Art History in Christie’s in London. These experiences have influenced the composition and painterly quality she tries to achieve in her work.

Blurred Lines will open at Hans de Castellane Gallery, 539 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn on Thursday, March 31st with an opening reception from 6-9pm.  This event is open to the public and admission is free. Regular gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday from noon until 7pm and Saturday & Sunday from noon until 8pm. The gallery can be reached at 347.599.2017.

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