I am very honored to be included in a new 3-Dimensional virtual gallery exhibition with Fabrik Projects, Here Comes the Sun, featuring artwork from my Memory Pod series. On top of that, the Beatles (hopefully the exhibition title seems just a little familiar) was one of my favorite bands in the late 1960’s. I had a lot of their vinyl “licorice platters” back in the day, which my son appears to be enjoying immensely these days.
With the shelter-in-place as a result of COVID-19, most galleries have had to make some big adjustments since they are for the most part shut-down since mid-March. Thus I was very excited that Fabrik Projects has developed this virtual platform to essentially allow everyone to walk thru a virtual exhibition. So if you have not been in a virtual exhibition space recently, I hope you take some time to try it out. You will find some of my artwork in Gallery Two and my entire set of Memory Pods artwork.
Regretfully when we they tried to have a virtual reception hosted on Zoom last weekend, it was plagued by a series of hackers, both from the alt-right as well as the left persuasion. So there was a short time-out, password re-set and after an hour we resumed again without any additional interruptions.
Exhibition dates: June 6th – July 4th, 2020
Cheers & stay safe,
My other exhibitions and workshops:
The Photographers Eye’s gallery exhibition, Living and Photographing in the Time of COVID-19, group virtual exhibition that includes two of my diptychs from the series A Developing Crisis. This online exhibition is from May 8th through August 1st, 2020.
Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP), one-day virtual workshop (Zoom), Book Development workshop on Saturday, July 18th, from 9am – 4pm (PST).
Medium Photo 2020 Workshop: Developing a Creative Book workshop that I will be leading, is now rescheduled for September 24 – 27th, 2020, a four-day extended weekend workshop in San Diego.
Featured artwork; Changes (Memory Pods) copyright 2015, 24″ x 30″, archival ink printed on Hahnemuehle Metallic Rag, Douglas Stockdale