Check out the panel discussion inspired by the Farewell to Arms installation at The Angel Station in Santa Monica.
Here’s the video filmed and edited by Neil M. Paik.
6-9pm at The Perfect Exposure Gallery
3519 West 6th Street Los Angeles, California 90020
Please join us!
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Here’s a link to a bunch of press… http://theperfectexposurestudio.blogspot.mx/
ABC’s Fusion Network interview…
Listen to the KPCC interview here…
Please take a look at this Indiegogo campaign to support the Farewell to Arms photography exhibit which addresses the gun violence situation we have in our country.
It’s been less than a year since Sandy Hook, and most of us have moved on. Meanwhile, it continues to happen.
There have been 16 mass shootings in 2013 alone, which is a small percentage of the 32,000 people who are shot and killed every year.
We’ve become numb.
The objective with this work is to re-sensitize.
Please consider getting involved and sharing it with your friends.
PLEASE SAVE THE DATE – DECEMBER 12TH
The Perfect Exposure Gallery will be exhibiting 20 portraits which were inspired by the tragedy in Newtown, CT, where I’m from. In addition to the images, headphones will offer first hand accounts of gun violence – victims sharing their experiences.
The opening reception is on December 12th, two days before the anniversary of this tragedy.
Our objective is to move people to action, please join us.
If you’d like to get involved, feel free to contact me directly, via my website.
Stay tuned here
The Perfect Exposure Gallery
3519 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90020
Thursday December 12, 6-9pm
I have three pieces hanging at the Myhren Gallery in Denver, CO. The show runs through mid November. If you’re in the neighborhood, please come by!
Please take a minute to check out this interview with Marko Kulik at Photography.ca.
Essentially my feeling is we’re on the wrong track in a lot of areas… the environment, international conflict, the gun issues, etc.
We’re going in the wrong direction.
The solution is not a matter of teaching our children how to cope with a cruel world.
Rather we should be teaching our children how to make the world a better place.
We’re entirely missing the point and it’s all kind of heartbreaking.