David Perelman-Hall is a photographer from the United States who shoots mostly portraits of bodies and faces, and loves the abstract — images of things that are there but we just don't or can't see them. He also dabbles in landscapes, infrared, and longer-running projects. The most critical thing in his kit are cloth baby diapers that pad, dry, clean, and keep his gear happy.
November 2023: Doubting Thomas Gallery, Art of the Trade: Artists Collecting Artists
September 2023: Bostwick, 4th Annual Cleveland Photo Fest
December 2022: Bostwick, Cleveland Photo Fest: 1,000,000 Photos Exhibit, 24 works in AI
April 2021: Bostwick, Photothon 2021, 2nd place in Deja Nude category
May 2021: South East Center for Photography, Flora, juried exhibition
March 2020: Cape Cod Art Center, Sense of Space juried exhibition
December 2018: Duck Pond Gallery, Shaker Heights
August 2017 Heights Arts,”I am ARTFUL” Show
September 2014 Loganberry Books: Grant Deming Artists
July 2014 Loganberry Books: Cleveland Photography
November 2013 Pentagon Gallery: Grant Deming Artists
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Narrative about Learning Photography
This is an essay-narrative about what it was like to teach myself photography. How I did it, how long it took, where I did it, the steps in my evolution as a photographer and artist, and a deep appreciation of the small part of the world where all this took place.