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Preview: Kind Of Blue, Michael Benari, Red Filter Gallery, Lambertville, NJ

In Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Gallery, Photographer on July 25, 2011 at 6:59 am

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Michael Benari, “Coney Island”

“Kind of Blue” features the work of artist Michael Benari. With a background more accustomed to science and medicine, Michael Benari has always been enamored with visual imagery. Photography in particular is a lifelong avocation of his, now a full time career since 2006. Born in Tel Aviv, Israel and raised in New York City, Michael pursued his study of photography at the New England School of Photography and has attended Maine and Santa Fe Media Workshops. He has also studied with Karl Baden at the Project Arts Place in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His photographs have been shown in multiple exhibitions and are placed in private collections throughout New York, Massachusetts and Australia.

Michael Benari’s poetic work poses visual “questions” about the cities he has visited, without offering specific answers. He offers glimpses of everyday life in ephemeral but “decisive moments”. His poetic style contemplates the life within the cities he has visited: New York, Paris, and Rome, all the while invoking a freestyle spirit where  beauty can be found in both abstract and subjective forms.

July 28 through September 4

For more information: Red Filter Gallery

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