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It was like this: a tiny cross on a hillside under a fairly sinister sky. Along with this: a barn in the distance seen through a corn field with "REPENT" painted in giant letters on the roof, big enough to be seen by a passing plane. And this: a home-made billboard that says, "Hell is Real." I know that. Well, as a metaphor, I know that. I saw these pictures made by Bill Vaccaro at a portfolio review. Actually, I think we met outside of the review room at the bar, but either way, these images (…)
Leica Gallery San Francisco
Start Date: 2017-04-05 | End Date: 2017-05-31
The Gallery at Leica Store San Francisco is excited to announce its upcoming exhibition, The Persistent Image, featuring photographs by San Francisco photographer Pamela Gentile. Photographed over a span of thirty-plus years, the exhibition will uncover an intimate portrait, made in near darkness during screenings of the San Francisco International Film Festival. Gentile, who herself carries a deep appreciation for cinema, captured the festival as the official photographer and seized that opportunity to connect and work alongside some of cinema’s most influential figures.
Courtesy Constanza Hevia H.
Constanza Hevia H. is a Chilean photographer who is based in San Francisco, California. Her appreciation and curiosity about the life of ordinary people has led her to use photography as a tool of social observation. Intrigued by everyday life scenes, one of her main goals is to document and leave testimony about the strengths and weaknesses of human nature.