Tuesday, December 29, 2015
I went to the opening of Structure and Perspective at Snap! Space (1013 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL). The show examined the intersection of organic and man made forms such as those found in the distinction of body forms and building forms. Curated by Patrick and Holly Kahn, the exhibit featured the works of nine national and international renowned fine art photographers, painters and sculptors.
Artists in attendance:
• Juan Travieso (Miami)
• Iran Issa-Khan (Miami)
• Dan Hess (Orlando)
• Christoph Morlinghaus (Germany)
• Marco Gallotta (NY)
• Patricia Van de Camp (Amsterdam)
• Jeff Frost (Los Angeles)
• Ryan Buyssens (Orlando)
• Jim Kazanjian (Portland)
• Rebecca Szeto (San Francisco)
Opening night featured cocktails by The Courtesy Bar, music by resident DJ Nigel John, Snap! Space Art Store, and Bibliotheque. This exhibit was the part two of a program which will be culminating in May 2015 with 'YOU ARE HERE,' a citywide event supported in part by Orange County Arts and Cultural Affairs. The first installment, ‘IDENTITY,' explored how roots may define who we are.
Snap! Space is the 5,000 sq. ft. indoor/outdoor gallery home of Snap! Orlando, a 501(c) 3 charitable foundation with the mission to celebrate master photographers, and artists, discover and cultivate emerging talent and promote the appreciation of photography and art worldwide.