Janet Borden, Inc. presents Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting. Neighborhood Stroll is a collection of somewhat cryptic documentary photographs, created as Geeting wanders the real world with the same bemusement and enthusiasm he brings to the still life. Conventional documentary photography adheres to a somewhat regimented approach, both in style and theme. Geeting upends this with his goofy, sunny, upbeat take. These photographs are not manipulated—the dizzy juxtapositions were there on the street. For Geeting, there is no hierarchy in imagery. This is a generational shift: his embrace of nature, rust, crappy, kitschy decay. Somehow Geeting expresses an exuberance for this stuff, seeing it as a...
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