Peter Witte Gallery

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March 1, 2014 by The Citron Review

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“The world is filled with curious and remarkable things, but also with ordinary things. In my photography, I aim to capture the remarkable and ordinary as they intersect. It is in these intersections, in these contrasts, that I stop and pay attention to the world’s beauty. ‘Intersections’ explores this idea. I tried to frame these remarkable and ordinary things in such a way that the observer feels slightly disoriented since I find that I am more open to stopping and seeing the world’s beauty when I see the world in unfamiliar terms. Often, it is when disoriented that I am oriented toward the beautiful.” –Peter Witte, 2014

 

Peter Witte is a photographer and writer who lives in Arlington, Virginia, with his family. His photography has been exhibited at the Washington, D.C. Convention Center and has or will soon be featured in the literary journals Blue Fifth Review, Eclectica, Flyway, and Heavy Feather Review, among others. He is the editor of web interviews for BULL and a reader for PANK Magazine.

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