NED PRATT

May 13—Jun 11, 2016

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  • St.Philip's Beach

    chromogenic print
    33" × 46.25"
    2016

  • Tree Line

    chromogenic print
    48" × 64"
    2016

  • Tidal Marks

    chromogenic print
    33" × 46.25"
    2016

  • South of Ragged Island

    chromogenic print
    33" × 46.25"
    2015

  • Soccer Pitch, Garnish, Newfoundland

    chromogenic print
    33" × 46.25"
    2015

  • Route 10

    chromogenic print
    33" × 46.25"
    2015

  • Point La Haye, Towards Cape St. Mary’s

    chromogenic print
    33" × 46.25"
    2016

  • North Atlantic Looking South

    chromogenic print
    33" × 46.25"
    2015

  • Insulator

    chromogenic print
    34.75" × 46.25"
    2014

  • Harbour Entrance

    chromogenic print
    34.75" × 46.25
    2015

  • Fog Horn Shelter

    chromogenic print
    33" × 46.25"
    2015

  • Fog Bank off Cape Pine

    chromogenic print,
    33" × 46.25"
    2015

  • Connaigre Peninsula

    chromogenic print,
    33" × 46.25"
    2016

  • Ned Pratt, Barren Cabin, Tin Roof

    chromogenic print
    33" × 46.25"
    2015


The Christina Parker Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of recent photographs by Ned Pratt which takes its focus on work produced from 2015 to the present.

Ned Pratt first presented his work with the Christina Parker Gallery by invitation in December, 1993. In his inaugural show with the gallery he exhibited a series of silver gelatin prints of small family owned businesses in downtown St. John’s. Pratt’s work has evolved over the last twenty three years from intimate approaches to portraiture and documentary photography to the present day large scale observations of the land.

The larger scale work that Pratt now produces does not remove the viewer from intimacy within the subject matter in the work but in reverse opens up a whole new inner landscape that captivates and often surprises our imagination.

This exhibition of photography by Ned Pratt runs concurrently with his highly successful inaugural exhibition with the Nicholas Metivier Gallery in Toronto.

Artists associated with this exhibition