PICTURE THIS: Life is Better in Pictures at Site 109

Bloody good photos at Site 109
Bloody good photos at Site 109
Photography lovers at Site 109
Photography lovers at Site 109
A bird's eye view at Site 109
A bird’s eye view at Site 109
Close Up Detail on one of the art photo pieces
Close Up Detail on one of the art photo pieces

Photography artists have to be charged with the responsibility of reframing our minds and how we see the world around us. Last December 11th, AF came to a group exhibition touting it as The Photography Show. This featured the innovative images of the following auteurs of the lens: Dietmar Busse, Janine Gordon, Allie Pohl, Sepideh Salehi, Marielis Seyler, Aiden Simon, Philip Smith, Michael Tharp, and Shadi Yousefian.  There are lots of great images to behold and all it required was to open your eyes to see the wide range of possibilities taken from a camera. Life is fantastic with just a click!

The Photography Show / On View: December 11 – 20, 2014

Gallery Hours: Monday to Sunday (12 – 6 pm)

Site 109. 109 Norfolk Street. NYC, NY 10002

 

Text by: Oscar A. Laluyan

Photography by: Jamie Martinez

The real characters are better live than a photo
The real characters are better live than a photo
Some photos at the show in Site 109
Some photos at the show in Site 109
LES Art night denizens come out in droves
LES Art night denizens come out in droves
Lovers of photography unite on ART night
Lovers of photography unite on ART night
Don't pay attention to the almost naked man on the photo
Don’t pay attention to the almost naked man on the photo
Holding up a photo in front of a photo
Holding up a photo in front of a photo
A Light Box brings it to life
A Light Box brings it to life
Welcome to Site 109 on LES art night_
Welcome to Site 109 on LES art night_

 

Oscar Laluyan

Oscar Laluyan

Oscar A. Laluyan is a critic, curator and an art writer for several online publications, . He has worked in a museum and at an art gallery founded by a former architect of Richard Meier’s firm. His passion for contemporary art is reflected and directed to seeing the future.

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