Friday, February 19, 2010

No Passport Required

On Sunday, Feb. 21, there will be an opening exhibit for my penultimate exhibit in Michigan - (at least for now!) - at the Belen Gallery, Michigan Women's Historical Center. What an honor to show at this venue!

No Passport Required showcases photographs from Myanmar, Laos, Singapore, Mexico, Italy, India and Bali. For years I've been working with these images in color, but for this exhibit I decided to present some in black and white as well. It's always a challenge to determine which images work well in black and white versus color. Here is a sneak peek at a few of them.

Watching the sun set in Pushkar, India:

The old priest crosses the piazza in Cortona, Italy:

Smoking villager on the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar (Burma):

Playing chess in Singapore:

1 comment:

  1. So mad I missed the show -- these are stunners. Very nice images in Mumbai, too. YOu're doing lots of b/w these days!


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