Denver street photographer Joel Dallenbach has spent decades capturing Denver in black and white. With a vintage film camera perpetually at hand, Dallenbach finds unexpected messages in reflective storefronts and in the edgy confrontations of daily urban life. Featuring selected photographs from an expansive archive, this exhibition reveals every alleyway and avenue as another contact sheet of stories waiting to be told. The Myhren Gallery is pleased to offer a glimpse into Dallenbach's Denver in celebration of the Month of Photography.
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