THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE
January 26- February 23
Thursday, January 26 – 7PM
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Photography of Curtis Trent, Larry Louie and Ryan Parker
January 26- February 21
January 26 - 7PM
InfoThe Roxy Theatre:
Miller Art Gallery
Run Time 120 minutes
Backstage by Ryan Parker
Actors not only live their own personal lives, they have the opportunity to convey all human experiences. Practicing a life of heightened vulnerability provides access to the depths of human perspective, often enriching their own personal journey. Backstage is habitually rich with anxiety, manifesting itself in different ways depending on what the performance demands. These photographs provide a glimpse into that sacred space.
In the Light of Broken Colours by Larry Louie
In the Light of Broken Colours by Larry Louie These photos tell stories of the resilience and dignity of the human spirit in a harsh, unequal world. The people Larry has met thrive in the simplicity of life. They find dignity in labor and appreciate the importance of the family unit. Usually shown in black and white, Larry has chosen muted colours in this selection of images to add depth and definition to the difficult environments in which these individuals live, work and play.
Pride 92 by Curtis Trent
Pride 92 is a photo essay of the 1992 Toronto Pride Parade. Curtis had been an active participant in Toronto Pride for many years which inspired this body of work, and is indicative of his approach to photo essays and photography in general. Pride is an annual event that invites all people to come and celebrate LGBTQ2+ culture.