The Renwick Gallery (the original Corcoran Gallery of Art) opened this weekend with the exhibition, Wonder. It’s a beautiful and immersive show with wall signage that specifically encourages photography. Jim Havard, photographs Gabriel Dawe’s installation, Plexus A1, in which thousands of colored threads stretch from floor to ceiling, and that when illuminated look like beams of refracted light.
In Frame: June 24, 2015
Nope, not a painting. Jim Havard has found the perfect angle from which to frame this spectacular spiral staircase at his place of work.
In Frame: March 30, 2015
The most catching detail of the photograph is the farmhouse nestled in a clearing on the hill. The painterly quality of Jim Havard’s image, Shenandoah, is enchanting—emoting a nearly tangible serenity.
In Frame: December 17, 2014
School performances are a common occurrence at this time of year, and Jim Havard has captured perfectly that moment of nervous anticipation just before the curtain is set to rise on the show.
In Frame: February 26, 2014
Let’s continue In Frame’s impromptu theme of the week with this adorable shot from Jim Havard. The look of bewilderment on the girl’s face is priceless and wholly appropriate, given the daunting array of neon signage confronting her.