The newly named and christened DVAC Gallery is and will be a growing population of a Visual Arts Collection curated by The House of Dandridge consisting of photography taken by members of the house as well as featured artists, series’ by graphic artists, cartoonists and much more…stop back in for some DVAC Gallery-vanting whenever you like!
Creating and entirely different viewpoint, here are Instagram photos previously uploaded, only this gallery displays them without captions and/or descriptions as they become an art installation on their own as a collective animal
Collected over an extended period of time from various sources and intention, this is the very first collection of Madonna photographs curated by Chauncey on his Facebook Page.
Previously archived on a separate blog site, the “An Incomplete Blink” series features camera phone photos captured by Chauncey and uploaded without any manipulation or editing. It was a way to capture a multitude of settings, situations and accidental art in and around the island of Manhattan. Chauncey is a walker and has strutted, sauntered, skipped, strolled and dragged his feet through many of the corners of The Big Apple. Here is a sampling of not only what he sees but also what he deems fitting to stop and take a photograph of. Visit AN INCOMPLETE BLINK for more!
Since returning to work for Housing Works Thrift Shop in early 2011, Chauncey has managed to document a wild variety of donations and promotional events as well as monumental merchandising vignettes and visual displays at The Hell’s Kitchen location of the popular NYC charity thrift shop chain.
a very varied collection of concert photographs, jpegs, photo shoot intakes an outtakes of the one and only Madonna aka MDNA
a small collection of photos taken in random corners of New York City of muted landscapes and natural scenes to captures of vibrant graffiti and accidental art all taken with a mobile phone camera…
webcam snapshots by Chauncey Dandridge of Chauncey Dandridge
photography by Chauncey Dandridge run through a smartphone filter to get desired effect…