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Unseen: a photographic exhibition

 

Unseen
WUHO Gallery
Opening: January 19
January 16—February 8

Unseen seeks images that celebrate the photographer’s eye, discovering beauty, banality, and the everyday; images that make the unseen visible through light, exposure and the photographic frame are desired.

The exhibition features student, amateur and professional photographers working in all mediums and styles. School of Architecture students Andre Gharakhanian and Jesse Cabildo built an interactive installation inspired by the exhibition, incorporating the aperture of multiple lenses in one space.

This exhibition is a joint collaboration between Woodbury University’s School of Architecture and School of Media, Culture & Design, and is supported by student participation.

Special thanks to Devin Gharakhanian for envisioning the event, Zone V photography organization, and Zone V co-presidents Kristine Edinchikyan and Brian Hardy, as well as Logan Miller, Britney Asao, Matthew Johnson, Martin Sanchez, Selin Polat, MohamedBensasi, and Kenneth Zapata.

To RSVP, click link below:
https://www.facebook.com/events/416333288445622/

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