Seidel City presents Pictures from Russia, No Collusion, featuring work by Christopher Makos, “the most modern photographer in America – Andy Warhol,” and Paul Solberg, described by Sir Elton John as “images [that] evoke bygone eras while remaining fresh and immediate.” With the emergence of the new world order and the shifting of both political and social norms, one thing that still remains a constant is a person’s need for love. Whomever, wherever one is, the need for home, friendship, and love remains a constant in a world full of turmoil and misunderstanding. Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg are showing photographs from recent trips to Russia, which show the normalcy between cultures regardless of political persuasions. Christopher Makos / Paul Solberg : Pictures from Russia, No Collusion from September 14th to November 17th Seidel City 3205 Longhorn Rd. Boulder CO 80302 www.seidelcity.com
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