As the historical and geographical epicenter of humankind, the African continent has long been thought to provide the underlying common thread in the essence of our human development. “Africa: Portraits and Landscapes – A Photographic Legacy”, exhibiting the work of Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher, Dana Gluckstein, David Yarrow, and Jean-Baptiste Huynh, showcases photographers studying and portraying the various qualities that allow humans (and living creatures) to connect. Whether documenting the visually spectacular and communal ceremonies of courtship and marriage or creating captivating, dignifying portraits that enlist the empathy of the viewer, these photographers touch on subjects that are emotionally palpable and hopefully universally relatable. This exhibition features photographers who preserve and present the enduring yet susceptible condition of living; humanity flourishing together in an ever harsh, complex, and transient world.
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Holden Luntz Gallery
332 Worth Avenue Palm Beach, Florida 33480 USA
November 10, 2018 to November 28, 2018