Chester Higgins “The Indelible Spirit” @ Bruce Silverstein Gallery

Chester Higgins
“Wrestling with issues of memory, place, and identity I see my life as a narrative and my photography as its expression. My art gives visual voice to my personal and collective memories. It is inside ordinary moments where I find windows into larger meaning. Light, perspective, and points in time are the pivotal elements I use to reveal an interior presence within my subjects as I search for what I identify as the Signature of the Spirit.” 

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