Photo © Frederick Hodder
Bjarke Ingels Tetrahedron
Collaboration of an image of the Bjarke Ingels-designed Tetrahedron located on the West Highway and 57th Street in Manhattan blended with a black and white abstract image from a painting by Monroe Hodder.
Frederick Hodder UNITED STATES
Fred Hodder is a Manhattan-based photographer who specializes in cityscapes and urban architecture. He often uses composite photography to combine multiple images into a single work. The urban observer experiences an onslaught of sensations - towering buildings, piercing sirens, hurried pedestrians, aggressive drivers, barriers and broken streets. The multiple images in a composite can convey some of the chaos of the urban experience. Hodder's pieces are presented as photographic prints or as back-lit pieces mounted in LED lightboxes.
Hodder is represented by Michael Warren Contemporary in Denver, Colorado. He has exhibited at Mana Contemporary, New Jersey, the Belgravia Gallery, London, the George Billis Gallery, New York, and other venues. The Colorado Council for the Arts presented his photographs in exhibitions in the Rotunda of the Colorado State Capitol and the Denver International Airport. A large alpine panorama hung in the entryway of the Denver offices of Colorado Senator Mark Udall
Hodder is a graduate of Stanford University and has studied photography at the Kensington and Chelsea College in London and the International Center of Photography in New York.
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