This May Have Happened
August 12, 2014

I am honored to be included in Filter Photo’s fifth annual juried Festival exhibition, This May Have Happened!

“White Patriots,” 2013 (installation view)
Two veterans reenact an image of two white separatists at a paramilitary compound ca. 1979
40 x 40 inches, archival inkjet print

This May Have Happened
September 5th – September 27th
Opening Reception: Friday, September 5th, 5-8 pm
Juror’s Reception: Friday, September 26, 6:30-9 pm
David Weinberg Photography | 300 W Superior St #203

Join us for Filter Photo’s fifth annual juried Festival exhibition, This May Have Happened! For this show, juror Gordon Stettinius selected work that celebrated the unresolved visual narrative. There will be an Opening Reception during Chicago’s First Friday gallery walk, and a juror’s reception as a featured even of the 2014 Filter Photo Festival.

The exhibition will be held at David Weinberg Photography, a gallery dedicated to contemporary photography and social justice causes, located in Chicago’s River North district.

Participating Artists:
Ben Altman
Susan Bone Annable
Amy Becker
Shannon Benine
Matthieu Brouillard
Larry Chait
Daniel W. Coburn
Amy Friend
Cynthia Henebry
Eileen Keator
Stacy Kranitz
Amiko Wenjia Li
Rachel Loischild
Joyce P. Lopez
Kevin E. Lyle
Elaine Miller
Stefan Petranek
Joey Potter
Matt Rahner
Mateusz Sarello
Robert Shults
Kurt Simonson
Jessica Sladek
Dan Streeting
Lex Thompson
Paul Thulin
Jaclyn Wright

About the Juror:
In 2010, Gordon Stettinius founded Candela Books, a publishing company, and, to date, they have produced three fine art photography monographs with more in the works. In 2011, Stettinius founded a fine art photography gallery dedicated to featuring the work of nationally respected photographers.Candela Books + Gallery now inhabits a renovated 3,800 square foot building in the downtown arts district of Richmond, Virginia and is one of the leading advocates for fine art photography in the mid-Atlantic region. As a photographer, Stettinius has been exhibited nationally and internationally over the last twenty years and his work can be found in numerous private and public collections. His work is represented by Robin Rice Gallery in New York and Page Bond Gallery in Richmond, Virginia. Stettinius is also an emeritus member of 1708 Gallery and an adjunct professor at Virginia Commonwealth University.



Shannon Benine