Ditta Baron Hoeber’s photographic sequences emphasize the primacy of process, encourage a way of looking that challenges the narrative impulse, and demand and reward sustained, intense observation. Hoeber’s exhibition at The Galleries at Moore includes a selection of photographic sequences and artist books featuring images from the artist’s Proximity series, all of which were taken with a cellular phone camera.
Artist and poet Ditta Baron Hoeber has had solo exhibitions at The Print Center, Philadelphia; the Philadelphia Art Alliance; the Abington Arts Center, Jenkintown, PA; and the University of Houston Clear Lake. Her work was included in 35mm: Photographs from the Collection, Philadelphia Museum of Art; Back to the Front, Slought Foundation, Philadelphia; Close Views (From a Distance), Amos Eno Gallery, Brooklyn; and Artist as Publisher, The Center for Book Arts, New York. Her work is in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art/ Franklin Furnace Artist Book Collection, New York; the University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Artist Book Collection, Philadelphia; and the Chelsea College of Art and Design Library, London.