Ian F.G. Dunn
North Carolina State University, 2006
Writer and photographer for Goodnight, Raleigh, a website devoted to art, architecture,
and the people of the city at night.
Various photographs published in The News and Observer.
2013 - "Dead Dads" Flanders Gallery, Raleigh NC
2012 - "Terrains of Absence" Flanders Gallery, Raleigh NC
2010 - "Open Season" curated by Allen Thomas Jr, Flanders Gallery, Raleigh, NC
2008 - “Raleigh by Bike” Cafe Helios, Raleigh NC
2010 - “Open Season” Flanders Gallery, Raleigh NC
2010 - “Appetite for Art” auction benefiting Boys & Girls Club of Wake County
2011 - “Awkward First Impressions” Morning Times Gallery, Raleigh NC
2011 - “Appetite for Art” auction benefiting Boys & Girls Club of Wake County
2011 - “Bulwarks” Morning Times Gallery, Raleigh NC
2011 - Selected works, Flanders Gallery, Raleigh NC
Founding member, Film9 Collective- a group devoted to the process and preservation of analog photography.
Ian F.G. Dunn is a North Carolina born photographer living and working in downtown Raleigh. Having been taught the workings of a traditional wet darkroom at the age of 10, his love of hand-printing and processing has remained steadfast throughout the infancy of our digital age. Ian's work focuses on structure, clarity and balance found in the landscapes of rural and urban North Carolina. His photographs attempt to reveal abstractions from scenes often viewed but rarely observed. The, arguably, objective quality of "rightness" is continually sought out, kneaded, and explored.