Greg Sand is a photographer working out of Tennessee whose unique work explores themes such as memory, mortality, time, and photography’s role in shaping how reality is perceived. Using found photographs, Sand constructs works that examines the fragmentation of memories and the temporality of life by drawing attention to the fact that photographs are only a momentary piece of a much larger story.
"My work aims to question the nature of photographs and challenge the traditional definition of photography.” - Greg Sand
SMALL WORKS | BIG IMPACT 2019Intimately-scaled works by gallery artists and special guests 14 Nov - 31 Dec 2019This year’s curated exhibition of intimately scaled works by gallery artists and special guests addresses themes of memory, the passage of time, mortality, and the natural world. Although small in scale, these works have real presence, conveying the sensibility and proficiency of their accomplished makers. Delicate wood feathers, atmospheric landscapes,...