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OPEN SHOW @ Apple Store

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Best of OPEN SHOW 2011

January 19, 2012 (Thurs) 7-9pm

Apple SF Store
1 Stockton St., San Francisco (map)

I’ll be giving a 20min artists talk (slideshow) of my Interface series—this is an encore presentation of what I presented last year at Stanford.

Rapidly growing into a worldwide movement, OPEN SHOW is a series of free monthly curated artist-talks that feature 5 or 6 photographers who have 10-15 minutes each to show a 20 image story (or 4‐7 minute video/multimedia project). Beyond offering a stage to get great work seen, shows are also incubators for emerging photographers and works in progress. This evening is a “best of 2011” encore so it should be an especially compelling show. More info at openshow.org.

Jeremy RourkeOut to See
Brandon TauszikPray For Mercy
Michael MulladyIn Memory of Fabienne Geichmar
Yoni Klein & Alka JoshiBlink
Cera HensleyHere Nor There

Come experience this unique live show featuring the six best projects from 2011 curated from hundreds of submissions. Work includes a photo collage music video, powerful images from Haiti, surreal landscape dioramas and more. (I am the more, I suppose).

>>RSVP AT FACEBOOK (optional)

Some images from my Interface series…


RELATED: video of my presentation of this work at Stanford last year
ALSO: Read the post about me over at the SFMOMA Artists Gallery blog

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  1. Posted February 7, 2012 at 1:58 pm | Permalink

    A really interesting concept. i like the interface series. I can assure you that this kind of photography would never occur here in Dallas. It always amazes me how different (read ‘innovative’ to quote jobs and his friends) the culture is where you are than where i am. keep up the good and interesting work, and your work to inspire and share with others.
    Dallas Architectural Photographer Les Wollam

  2. John Haanstra
    Posted February 18, 2012 at 9:00 am | Permalink

    Nice project

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