Philip Arnold

Using black & white 120 film, Philip Arnold’s photographs explore lo-fidelity atmospheres often suggestive of memory and daydreams. His subjects are static and fluid and seek to capture the dynamic energy of street environments within the geometries and textures of their built environment. He employs optical conditions, primarily through the use of a plastic lens, to add resonance to historical cityscapes and urban topographies—and to amplify the singular among the common. Arnold’s photography has appeared in Humana Obscura, Black & White magazine, Atticus Review, Fugue, Compose, Apeiron Review, and Gravel Magazine, and has exhibited at the Soho Photo Gallery (NYC), A Smith Gallery (Texas), Nave Gallery (Mass), and Santa Clara University (CA).

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