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Fovea Exhibitions Summer Outdoor Projection

DUSK, at Cross and Main Streets, Beacon New York

Fovea Exhibitions is pleased to present the third in the Summer Outdoor Projection Series
in conjunction with Daylight Magazine, the Asia Society, and Mediastorm, and previewing “Fovea in France”

Longing for Blue Skies
A photo diary of Beijing’s air
produced by the Asia Society and MediaStorm

China’s Earthquake
by Alan Chin
In conjunction with the current exhibition “Planet China”. A longer look at the recent earthquake

by Olaf Otto Becker
produced by Daylight Magazine

Looking for Love in Las Vegas & Fire Scene
by Jodi Beiber/Noor and Sarah Pickering
courtesy of Daniel Cooney Fine Art. Music provided by renowned ukelelist Ralph Shaw, sound recording provided by phonographer Aaron Jonah Lewis and the Freesound Project. Produced by Daylight Magazine

by Joshua Lutz/Redux
Featuring a selected portfolio from Joshua Lutz’s recently published monograph ‘Meadowlands’ Presented with Redux and produced by Daylight Magazine.

Fovea in France
Curated by Julien Jourdes
The premiere of Fovea’s original site specific multimedia project commissioned by the French city of Rodez’s “Photo Folies” festival held 4th-18th October. The program touches on the conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Lebanon.

Photographs by Samantha Appleton, Alan Chin, Balazs Gardi, Stanley Greene, Yuri Kozyrev, Teru Kuwayama, Paolo Pellegrin, Moises Saman and Zalmai.

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by Stephanie Heimann at 2008-08-04 22:26:44 UTC (ed. Aug 4 2008 ) New York , United States | Bookmark | | Report spam→

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