Vibrachrome Prints Bring Jeremy Dennis’ Surreal Images to Life in 2018 Parrish Road Show

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Vibrachrome Prints Bring Jeremy Dennis’ Surreal Images to Life in 2018 Parrish Road Show

Long Island fine art photographer Jeremy Dennis garnered intrigue and acclaim as one of two artists featured in the 2018 Parrish Road Show, the annual off-site summer exhibition staged by Parrish Art Museum.

Jeremy Dennis with his image

Dennis, a member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation, presented a series of photographs titled Stories—Dreams, Myths, and Experiences, exploring indigenous identity, assimilation, and tradition through a millennial lens. The exhibition was hosted at the Arts Center at Duck Creek in East Hampton, N.Y.

Parrish Art Museum Jeremy Dennis

“The themes, aesthetics, morals, and stories of each image attempt to give Native American culture a contemporary agency to discuss the taboos of post-colonialism and universal global themes,” Dennis said.

The Oath by Jeremy Dennis

The Oath by Jeremy Dennis

To create his photographs, Dennis staged supernatural scenes based on Native American myths and legends, effectively converting them into modern depictions of virtual experiences. He turned to his consultant at Duggal Visual Solutions, Faith Young, to produce the images on Vibrachrome. Dye-sublimation to metal brought an extra dimension to his already-impressive imagery.

The Stone Coats by Jeremy Dennis

The Stone Coats by Jeremy Dennis

See photos from Dennis’ appearance in the 2018 Parrish Road Show below, and visit www.jeremynative.com to view more of his work.

The Legend of O-Na-Wut-A-Qut-O by Jeremy Dennis

The Legend of O-Na-Wut-A-Qut-O by Jeremy Dennis