‘We Were in Sicily’ photograph exhibit by Rachel Roze through July 25
Photographer Rachel Roze’s “We Were in Sicily” is not subtle at first glance, but take a longer look, because you are going to want to, and you will find layers upon layers in a singular composition. The work was all done on film, not Instagram, and has a quality that feels vintage, although it was made during a 40-day trip to Sicily, Italy, in the summer of 2011. The work has sexually charged overtones, while the muted tones give an old-world romance quality. However, I urge you to not only focus on the obvious ones. Roze views the city and her perspective offers a sense of familiarity and complete immersion that is unlike anything a tourist could accomplish.
This show coincides with the show “Three Italian Artists in L.A.,” which features Marcello Pozzi, Sebastiano Ciarcia and Dominic Detorre.
Caption: Rachel Roze, The Butcher, 24×36, AP of Edition 25, Super Gloss Lambda Print
July 4, 2012, 1:25 am
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