The dry plate or gelatine process is a method which was used in the early days of photography. Snapshots and negatives could be produced more easily in this way. Mark Ruwedel uses the same process for his works. In October he presented 25 such images, hung in an interesting block arrangement, under the title Opportunities Realized at the Art Los Angeles Contemporary. The pictures were framed in white classic magnetic frames.
Photos: Mark Ruwedel, Art Los Angeles Contemporary