Jane Deering Gallery: Antony Ohman | Images As Objects of the Imaginary
May 7 - May 30
Images As Objects of the Imaginary presents a series of photographs by the artist Antony Ohman. The works observe, abstract and inquire into environments seemingly familiar to us and ask if there might be another further uninhabited world within them. This is Ohman’s first solo presentation and will be on display at the Jane Deering Gallery at 19 Pleasant Street in Gloucester from May 7 through May 30.
Antony Ohman is an artist and gardener living in Gloucester. Ohman grew up in a family of ten in East Boston and moved to the North Shore nine years ago. From 2015-2020 he worked at Manchester By the Book. His writing has been published in Rantoul Magazine and Collective Quarterly and his photographs have appeared in Super / Natural by Perennial Press. Ohman was recently selected to participate in the Rocky Neck Art Colony’s 40 under 40 exhibition opening on May 15.