We Oct 30, 7-9pm
Artist in attendance | Free admission
Exhibit continues to November 24
I began to photograph in Cuba in 2016 with an interest in exteriors of buildings and the relationships between shapes, line and colour with a view to understanding the structure of formal abstraction as seen in a streetscape. Eventually I began to photograph people in relation to the formal shapes. My interest was not to portray the people as heroic, romanticized or idealized but rather to see them in their solitude, contemplation, interaction and lack of interaction with others or perhaps in their awareness of myself. They are who they are, where they are in integral relation to the building backdrop..
Image (detail): “Cuba” 6.5” x 9.75” inkjet pigment print
Poetry Evening with Pandora’s Collective Th Nov 21, 7- 9pm
There will be an open mic time when the audience will have an opportunity to write and read poems relating to the exhibit.
Presented by the Sidney and Gertrude Zack Gallery in collaboration with Pandora’s Collective and the Isaac Waldman Jewish Public Library, and made possible by the Yosef Wosk Poetry Initiative Grant