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SMITH NOIR -John Smith Photo Exhibition
Thu, 1 June 2017, 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
SMITH NOIR PHOTO EXHIBIT - For the true "anachronist"
About the Exhibition:
An evening of black and white photography in the style of the grandeur, glamour and personality of the golden age of Hollywood and a celebration of mid-twentieth century photography by John Smith. See the looks of the 1920s to 1950s, four decades of art as seen from a 21st century perspective. The past lives today...
1920s Look - The flapper look. The look of orthochromatic film, contrast in is the flavour. Emulating the styles of photographers C.S. Bull and Alfred Cheney Johnston.
1930s Look - Pre-Code film look, working documentary style, pictures of tough times and of tougher people.
1940s Look - Noir...what more can I say?
1950s Look - Glamour and flourish of ebulence. From debutant to beatnik to rock'n'roller.
John Smith is a photographer based in Ottawa. His black and white photographic stylings are tributes to the great photographers of the mid-twentieth century, photographers as diverse as George Hurrell and Andy Warhol. Unique, but immersed in the past, John uses his camera like a time machine, transporting the viewer to times past, both gritty and glamourous. With 24 images, some never seen before in public, jump into John's pictures for a story of adventure, fashion, pride and sensuality.
Join John and friends at the Red Lion Public House for an open invitation to the exhibit in the Lion Bar (backroom) for the Ottawa premiere showing.
Tickets are Limited. All guests are required to RSVP to this FREE Event.
All inquiries and further information about the exhibit, please contact Sophia Jacob at email@example.com
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