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Maine Museum of Photographic Arts (MMPA) Artist Talk with Todd Watts


Gallery artist talk with Todd Watts

My pictures do not capture moments. They are photographs, but they do not depict particular events. When I make my pictures I speak to them, often out loud, and they whisper back. The work is completed when, as in any conversation, the subject changes. The conversation remains encapsulated only in the work, to be continued by myself or by anyone else. After lunch, perhaps, or during a long flight to Paris, or right now.  -Todd Watts Watts has created wide-ranging, often large-scale, color photographs using both traditional and digital technologies. During the last forty years, these works have been shown in over twenty five one-person shows and in many more group exhibitions throughout the U.S. and in Europe. His work is represented in major museum collections—including The Art Institute of Chicago, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale Art Gallery, Albertina and Musee St. Pierre and in significant private collections.


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