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Ecotomes by Jonathan Morse at Currents New Media 2018

A curated room by Jonathan Morse at Currents New Media in the Santa Fe Railyard, Santa Fe, New Mexico running through June 24 with images on Juniper Baryta Rag.


Jonathan's work contains twenty-four 24" x 36" prints on Juniper Baryta Rag. "It's my favorite paper, makes the saturated color jump."

Other artists shown are Gregory Eddi Jones, Anastasia Samoylova and Danielle Ezzo.

"ECOTOMES (transitions between ecosystems), a quiet room in a sea of interactivity.  Photography’s invention caused a shout: “from this day painting is dead”.  New media is evolving media; from stones and pencils to paintbrushes and presses and onward to virtual reality, artists-cyborgs use available technology to make their mark.  Every iPhone image relies upon millions of lines of code; every image we make (and see) involves millions of neurons.  Cameras and computers are prostheses for the artist, in a good way: not to replace but to augment what it means to be human.  Photography has not depicted what is “real” since it’s inception; that train left long ago.  But it retains its evocative nature to simulate the real (a construct of our brains processing visual intake) when contrasted with digital marks.  Here we air the ongoing dialog between our organic selves and our digital allies and influences." - Jonathan Morse
ECOTOMES 3 © Jonathan Morse 2018

ECOTOMES 3 © Jonathan Morse 2018

ECOTOMES 4 © Jonathan Morse 2018

ECOTOMES 4 © Jonathan Morse 2018

See more of Jonathan's work at and go to the festival's website at

The First Forty

A Show To Celebrate The First Four Decades Of Scott Barrow's Life In Photography

Opening Reception: 
Saturday, June 27th from 5pm-7pm
The show will run through Labor Day

The NEW gallery for the summer of 2015
is right across from his current one at
26 Housatonic Street in Lenox, MA 

The entire exhibiton will be printed on Entrada Rag Bright and Moenkopi Unryu 55.

Scott has been embracing beautiful light and finding photographs for forty years and he is just getting started.  The show will evolve as he prints new work and explores his archive so please visit often.