Represented Artists:




Calen Bennett:

Calen Bennett
Kansas #79, 2015
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Calen Bennett
California #13, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Nevada #17, 2015
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Calen Bennett
California #7, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Utah #45, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Utah #63, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Utah #62, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Utah #32, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Colorado #67, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Multicolored Flowers and The Guggenheim Museum #8, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Utah #64, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Room 160 at The Metropolitan #13, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Midtown, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir and White Flowers #22, 2015
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Calen Bennett
People, Flowers, and The Metropolitan #9, 2015
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Calen Bennett
NYC Street Parking and Journey Parking Lot #4, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Entrance to Disney World and Riverside Dr. #3, 2015
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Calen Bennett
Intersection #3 (Facing East), 2014
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Calen Bennett
Intersection #2 (Facing East), 2014
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Calen Bennett
Intersection #1 (Facing East), 2014
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Calen Bennett
Intersection #3 (Facing West), 2014
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Calen Bennett
Intersection #2 (Facing West), 2014
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Calen Bennett
Intersection #1 (Facing West), 2014
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Calen Bennett, a self-described “flaneur,” employs the limitations and the uniqueness of 35mm film to achieve his goal of forming original and previously non-existent connections in our contemporary society. Best known for his landscapes and cityscapes that are pointedly inattentive of humans, Bennett seamlessly blends elements of both documentary and conceptual photography, creating a style that expands upon the history of the medium. Taking inspiration from contemporary masters such as Ed Ruscha, Joel Mayerwitz, and Stephen Shore, he explores and confronts themes such as authenticity, hypocrisy, and human relationships. Furthermore, color, composition, and other formal qualities are central to Bennett’s photographic output, with subtle tinges of humor present in many of his pieces. In his recent body of work, “The West” (2015), he considers the notion of selective beauty and the harmony between man and nature during a cross-country road trip.