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Edward Alfano

Edward Alfano uses black & white photography to produce images that emphasize a timeless harmony, transcend the moment captured and embrace the possibilities. His concentration on light and shadow is enhanced with infrared film, which heightens abstraction and stimulates the imagination. The work considers both human-made and natural subjects, the intersections of past and present cultures, and a hyper-visual orientation to encourage contemplation and exploration, being mindful of matter, space, and time.

During the past 30 years, Edward Alfano has pursued a career as a professional photographer and educator. In 1999, he joined a group of LA photographers with an exhibit at the Akademie der Kunste in Berlin. Alfano has exhibited in local venues in Los Angeles, as well as having solo exhibitions in Mexico City, Shanghai and Seoul. As a Professor of Art at California State University, Northridge, he remains dedicated and committed to his teaching, hoping to assist his students in fostering their enthusiasm and passion for the work they create.

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