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T I M E L E S S, Artist Talk and Gallery Tour

Snap! Orlando proudly presents an Artist Talk and Gallery Tour of three exhibitions:

T I M E L E S S - Gotta Go, Gotta Flow - Life-As-Is
Saturday, MARCH 23, 1 PM - 4 PM
420 E Church St, Orlando FL 32801
Join us for a tour led by artists as they explain their vision and creative process.

ON VIEW until JULY 3, 2024 at Snap! Downtown Contemporary Gallery. Visiting Hours: 11 AM - 6 PM

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GALLERY 1 : T I M E L E S S by Mochilla | B+ | Eric Coleman
Brian “B+” Cross is one of today’s the most prominent music photographers. He has photographed many album covers for artists such as David Axelrod, Jurassic 5, Rza, Madlib, Dilated Peoples, Mos Def, Damian Marley, and Q-Tip. His 1993 book It’s Not About a Salary: Rap Race and Resistance was one of the first to document the burgeoning West Coast hip hop scene. L.A. artist Eric Coleman has grown to be an innovator with a unique style of photography. He has photographed artists such Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Terrence Howard, Fergie [Black Eyed Peas], DJ Shadow, Faith Evans, and MF Doom.

GALLERY 2 : Gotta Go, Gotta Flow by Michael Abramson
Michael L. Abramson [1948-2011] was an American photographer best known for his striking black and white photographs documenting the vibrant nightlife of Chicago’s South side during the mid-1970s. Their framing and mood evoke the energy and imagery captured by Brassaï in Paris during the early decades of the 20th century. In addition to his South Side portfolio, Abramson also explored on Chicago’s North side, ballrooms and dance halls. Abramson’s photographs can be found in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Milwaukee Art Museum, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, and the California Museum of Photography.

GALLERY 3 : Life-As-Is by Lauren Withrow
Born and raised in a small farming town in Texas, Lauren Withrow began photographing at the age of 15. Now based out of LA, she focuses her work on documenting stories, places, and creating cinematic worlds that dive into personal feelings of growing up queer, expectations of womanhood, and the relationships we have with others.

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This event is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program, by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, and the National Endowment for the Arts, and United Arts of Central Florida.

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