A SURREAL VISION
Mostra Collettiva Fotografica - Grafica
OPENING 1 Giugno 2017 ore 19:00 presso Millepiani
Via Nicolò Odero, 13 Roma
A SURREAL VISION
Photo - Graphic Collective Exhibition
OPENING 1st jUNE 2017 - 7:00 pm
Millepiani - Via Nicolò Odero, 13 Rome. Italy
This exhibition will expose a "Surreal Vision" of today's society, on Surreal avant-garde inspiration and an interpretation of today's reality increasingly influenced by new media and technologies.
1 / 9 June - Agota Kranacs, Alex Apt, Amy Parrish, Anna Alpatieva, Christoph Hofbauer, Daniel Mariotti, Kathleen Rogers, Kristina S.Myaso, Lenka Rayn H.,Lynette Miller, Marta Wapiennik, Merve Ayparlar, Nicole Campanello, Pawel Maruszak, Peter Ydeen, Pictoria Newhouse, Ralph Klewitz, Samye Asher, Sena Cakiroglu, Tamira Boogaard, Teresa Meier, Urizen Freaza
12 / 20 June - Alex Valone, Anastasia, Anett Udud, Benjamin Haskins, Charlotte Berndsen, Chystal Olivero, Daniel Keys, Diana N. Jeon, Elena Grossi, Elizabeth Rovit, Erika Morillo, Guilherme Bergamini, Jorge Barbosa, Kid Bazzle, Ljubica Denkovic, Mara Foley, Michael V. Manalo, Natalia Mansano, Po CHeng Liao, Samara Sallam, Stephan GroB, Tania B. Olaibi.
21 / 30 June - Beata Podwysocka, Berta Martirosyan, Boris Marinin, Brandon Halley, Christine Miess, Emanuele Amighetti, Hana Sackler, Heather Ross, Ja Turla, Joshua Sarinana, Mar Kaczmarek, Maryna Makarenko, Natalia Lucia, Nhawfal Juma'at, Paola Cerroni, Rebecca Eskilsson, Rene Maurin, Steven Bowers, TOÛA TOÛA, Veronica Liuzzi, Weronika Jedrzejczak
Check out my showcase on page 83 of the March/April Communication Arts Interactive Annual 23.
The showcase features images from the Witness Within series, my thesis project for my MFA in fine art photography from the Academy of Art University.
“You have to understand, my dears, that the shortest distance between a truth and a human being is a story.”
~ Anthony de Mello, One Minute Wisdom
Being born the youngest, particularly among seven children, affords you the distinct advantage of going unnoticed. You get to watch lives and stories unfold. You are too young to understand, so you become an unknowing confidant, an idle listener with an uncomprehending gaze. You witness it all. Through the telescope of time, stories and lives are seen and comprehension slowly dawns. Memories are repetitiously analyzed, carefully handled and examined like an old photograph, causing truths to mutate, crack, fade and elude you. So you pursue them like Alice chasing her white rabbit down his hole, only to find yourself, like Alice, back at the beginning with only yourself. Only now, you are awake.
In the words of Frida Kahlo, these images are the most honest expression of myself that I can show you. They represent all the things that I saw, all that I witnessed and experienced, disassembled, analyzed, and meticulously rebuilt into my own personal mythology. I sought out landscapes I’d ventured through, mimicked the unnerving symmetry of the suburban neighborhoods from my childhood, remembered my constant cat companion, and realized that vivid pink skies will always signify home to me. I carried around a box of family photos that as a child I had spent hours poring over, trying to make all the pieces of family fit together into some kind of whole. I thought about the religion and father that damned me before I was born. I packed it all up, carried it with me, and let each place tell a piece of the story as I came to know it—slowly, in bits and pieces, out of time, and from many different points of view.
I seduce viewers with rich, fantastical colors and landscapes, hoping to open their minds and hearts and send them on a journey to discover their own personal narratives, bringing them back to themselves and their truths.
The images are best printed and viewed 48”x72”
The Belly is currently on exhibit at Ube Gallery in Berkeley, California.
The Sitka Center for Art and Ecology 2017 workshop catalog is here! A lot of awesome classes with a host of fantastic instructors happening at Sitka this summer.
Join me for an amazing and relaxing weekend in the beautiful nature reserve at Cascade Head for my workshop on Making Meaningful Photographs! If you're looking to add more substance and depth to your craft this class is for you. You will leave this 2-day course more attentive and aware of your photographic voice and how to use it.
Check out the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology 2017 workshop catalog and please do contact me with any questions.
Complete Sitka catalog available on Isuu.
Exhibition Dates: February 3 - April 1, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday February 3, 6-9PM
Featured Artwork: The Belly
To view the other featured Artists visit the online gallery at Ube Gallery:
Denise Tarantino, Laura Castellanos, Tali Grinshpan, Janeane Sanborn, Karen Bondarchuk, Luke Schutzman, Lindsey Heiden, Jocelyn Young, Kathryn Reichert, Jaime Stagg, Dale Lerner, Lena Thomas, Teresa Meier, Sarah Buzzard, Alison Ye, Carmen Tibbets, Jessica Teckemeyer, Brian Weaver, Jillian Nalty, Tyler Quintin, Susan Sterling, Christopher Brown, Susan Press, Daria Lvovsky, Elisabetta Martignetti, Kazuma Sambe, Bernell Loeb, Kristine Synowka, John Hilton, Rebecca Hamlin Green, Brad Blair, Mark Dierker, Tom Gibbons, and Danny Taylor
So Excited to be apart of the Road Trip show and have my work on the fridge! Thanks Yorgos and Aline!
From the Curated Fridge About page:
"Hello everyone! The idea behind this project is to celebrate fine art photography and connect photographers from around the world. There is a guest curator for every show and all the big decisions are made over coffee and cake or wine and tapas, depending on the mood!
All you have to do is send your artwork or promos and you might end up on the fridge. The Fridge Shows run on a quarterly basis. For more info about how to submit check the Call for Entrée.
Don't forget that The Curated Fridge will do its best to promote your work and connect you with a wider audience. If you work was selected to be included in a Fridge Show, you can send your news (shows/publications) and they will be posted on The Curated Fridge Facebook page!
All you have to do is send a jpg (of the participating image), the date, time, location and name of the show, and a link (if any).
Please share The Curated Fridge website with all your friends who love photography. In addition, you can like and share our facebook page and follow us on instagram.
Thank you so much for supporting this project!
The Curated Fridge is the brainchild of Yorgos Efthymiadis. To learn more about him and his work, click here."