Visual artist Vinhay Keo was recently the featured artist at an exhibition at Moreman Gallery in Louisville, Kentucky during the Louisville Photo Biennial.
Originally from Battambang, Cambodia, Keo states that even though photography is central to his work, he also uses performance, installation and sculpture to establish and acknowledge the limitations of photography. His exhibition, titled, “Dancing in Darkness” featured images captured in movement.
For this exhibition, all images were printed on ChromaLuxe by fine art lab Unique Imaging Concepts and consisted of images as large as 40”x 60”. All pieces were printed on ChromaLuxe clear aluminum finish. “It gives the photos a wonderful holographic quality,” said Keo.
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