Masks Exhibition

Don’t Take Pictures is pleased to announce the results of our online exhibition Masks. 50 photographs depicting masks were selected and will be on view through February 21. Visit the exhibitions page to view the entire show.

Mask Play , Kathryn Oliver

Mask Play, Kathryn Oliver

Literally or figuratively, everyone has worn a mask at one time or another. Masks offer anonymity, or alter the wearer’s persona, transforming them into someone else. Rich with historical, religious, and cultural significance, masks can be complex works of art or as simple as a paper bag.

If it doesn't come back it wasn't meant to be... , Holly Lay

If it doesn't come back it wasn't meant to be..., Holly Lay

For “Masks” Don’t Take Pictures presents photographs that incorporate the varied uses of masks theatrical, practical, or humorous.

Castor Leaf , Tytia Habing

Castor Leaf, Tytia Habing

Don’t Take Pictures holds free, quarterly calls for work for online exhibitions.