Exhibitions

Seattle City Panorama Installation

In 2017, the Photographic Center NW PCNW paired with King County Metro and Youth in Focus to curate a collection of engaging photo murals to adorn bus stations through the Seattle metro area. In January 2019, a selection from my Childhood Gravity Games series was installed at a bus shelter in Seattle as part of the City Panoramas project. These are estimated to be up for ten years.

A few weeks ago, I went up to check it out and boy is it fun! This shelter is located 1/4 block from Top Pot Donuts, which made for a super satisfying excursion.

On Street: 35 Av NE

Cross Street: NE 70 St

PS. There is another image being used in Kirkland. On street: Kirkland AV NE Cross street: NE 12 ST

Selected for City Panorama, curated by Photographic Center NW

Two images have been selected for installation in the City Panorama bus shelters out of 1200 submitted images. 100 photographs were chosen and will be printed on 2' x 8' wooden panels  and will remain installed in King County Metro shelters for up to 10 years.This citywide exhibition brings photographic art into everyday life. This showcase of imagery that will decorate the cityscape of Seattle is curated by Photographic Center NW. This annual project is a partnership between PCNW, King County Metro and Youth in Focus

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The Childhood Gravity Games, Kim Campbell, photographer, City Panorama, King County bus shelters, Seattle, WA
Kim Campbell, Click. Snap., City Panorama 2017, King County Transit, PCNW

Griffin Museum of Photography - The Visual Metric

Paula Tognarelli curates The Visual Metric for the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA and has included the following photograph, The Childhood Gravity Games - Red from the series The Childhood Gravity Games.

August 4 – November 7, 2017

"Anyone from a manufacturing background has a propensity for visual depictions of measurement, process and outcome. Whether it be an excel graph for tracking a trend, a work flow diagram following a widget through production or a fish bone chart to problem solve, it is easier to analyze with a pictorial rendering than a spread sheet of raw numbers or a written description of a procedure. This is the thread of the idea leading to “The Visual Metric” exhibition for the Griffin Museum of Photography...

Roger Archibald, Julie Anand and Damon Sauer, Rachel Barrett, Karen Bell, Meg Birnbaum, Joy Bush, Kim Campbell, Richard Alan Cohen, Charan Devereaux, Norm Diamond, Randi Ganulin, Karen Garrett de Luna, Steve Gentile, Mary Daniel Hobson, Carol Isaak, Andrew Janjigian, Frances Jakubek, Doug Johnson, Marky Kauffmann, Sant Khalsa, Tom Lamb, Susan Lapides, Ralph Mercer, Noritaka Minami, Adam Neese, Troy Paiva, Barry Rosenthal, Daryl-Ann Saunders, Nicolo Sertorio, Sara Silks, Jean Sousa, Jane Szabo, JP Terlizzi, Donna Tramontozzi, David Weinberg, Grace Weston, Julie Williams-Krishnan, Susan Wilson, DM Witman, Dianne Yudelson, and Charlyn Zlotnik." - Paula

The Childhood Gravity Games - Red by photographer Kim Campbell

The Childhood Gravity Games - Red by photographer Kim Campbell

The Big Picture Colorado

Excited to participate in this street art project, The Big Picture Colorado, organized and curated by Mark Sink. Walking the streets filled with black and white photography must be inspiring and energizing.

This show of grand scale contemporary photography exposes the possibility of images as art via email instantly exchanged globally and blown up to large mural proportions. Images gathered from photographers around the world will be expanded as large Xerox prints and displayed inside galleries as well as posted in approved outdoor locations throughout the city of Denver and sister cities around the globe.  - Mark Sink