Lunch Box Gallery
offered a show of iPhoneagraphy by Jaime Ferreyros.
Gallery owner Rodolfo Van Marcke's work appears in the back room. This piece, entitled "Save Me," depicts a single capsule floating in the middle of a reflective surface.
It's from a series about "Everything in the contemporary world that becomes normal over time, but really isn't, and how it's inescapable. The pill is from my own prescription of Valsarfan, a blood pressure medication. When you look at the work, because it's like a mirror, you also see yourself."
Plan Beats and their dancing, freestyle, record spinning block party, invited anybody from the crowd to show off their talents.
Painter Susan Kaufman said "My work is very sensual. It's about women and power, and all the emotions and feelings that Goddesses experience and desire. It's about the human figure, color, form, and beautiful bodies. This is how I feel."
Harold Golen's gallery showed the work of Blake Fisher, a fashion photographer who took pictures of naked girls in natural surroundings.
Golen says, "One of his models is a dancer from the Cirque De Soleil who did these really unusual poses."
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