Tami Bahat: Past is Present Opens at Catherine Edelman Gallery

Image: Photographic portraits in vintage frames hang on a red wall. The red wall has a dark red vintage, wall-paper-like pattern. In this gallery space, there is also a vintage bed with an ornate frame in the center of the compostion, and a vintage vanity to its right.
Tami Bahat: Past is Present, 2019.
Image: Two photographs in vintage frames hang on a red wall. The red wall has a dark red vintage, wall-paper-like pattern.
Tami Bahat: Past is Present, 2019.
We are thrilled to host the Chicago debut of photographs by Tami Bahat in a one person show, Past is Present. Thank you to everyone who made it to opening reception July 12! The exhibition runs through August 30, 2019.
Click here to see the work showcased in the exhibition.

As part of Past is Present, Tami Bahat created various rooms styled from the past, that incorporate her vintage framed photographs on the wall. Visitors are be able to walk into a bedroom setting, a sitting room, and reading area, transporting themselves to another time when the past is present. By creating these installations, the artist invites the public to slow down and absorb the subtle nuances that exist within her work, reflecting on the quiet joys that are so often overlooked.

Image: An arrangement of photographs in vintage frames hang together on a dark gray wall. Accompanying the photographs are various props such a a basket of vegetables and a wooden, vintage step stool.
Tami Bahat: Past is Present, 2019.
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