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    Lightbulb Photography Exhibit in Flatbush

    She Shootin'! Aw, Made You Look...
    Works by Six Women Photographers

    Six of Brooklyn's emerging women photographers invite us into their worlds through glimpses into their growing bodies of work. From candid portraiture to guerrilla documentary and street photography, the images included in She Shootin' marks personal stations of these women's photographic journeys.

    Inspired by myriad themes, She Shootin' are offerings
    in frames that are exposures of these women's souls.

    Works on View: July 29 - August 26, 2006

    The Lineup:
    Laylah Amatullah Barrayn
    Delphine Fawundu-Buford
    Kerika Fields
    Ava Griffiths
    Karen Jackson
    Nsenga Knight


    The women of She Shootin' have varied approaches and histories with the medium of photography:

    Nsenga Knight studied filmmaking at Howard University; her intimate photographs focuses primarily on documenting the African American Muslim and Caribbean experiences of New York. Her work was exhibited in the prestigious Small Works Exhibition this year and is currently exhibited at Chelsea's Art Gotham Gallery.

    Delphine Fawundu-Buford has been composing since the early 90s; influenced by greats like Lorna Simpson and Roy DeCarava, her photography has focused on hip hop and women. She has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art and International Center of Photography.

    Kerika Fields is a contributing writer and photographer for the New York Amsterdam News, through event photography she has been able to build a impressive collection of candid portraiture.

    Ava Griffiths approach to street photography is cinematic and reminiscent of a detailed novel, her series of elders is a warm tribute to these sages of Brooklyn.

    London-native and jewelry designer, Karen Jackson fashions her photography with detail and grace just as she assembles her jewelry for her company, Ambiguous Art Jewelry.

    Laylah Amatullah Barrayn is both an essayist and
    photographer, focusing on international travel and
    jazz. She is one of the photographers included in the
    Shootout exhibition in honor of Jack T. Franklin this
    August at the African-American Museum in Philadelphia.
    Last edited by IslandmixUSA; 08-10-2006 at 03:50 PM.

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    donde?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terryfabulous
    donde?
    IN flatbush.


    not on..but IN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkie
    IN flatbush.


    not on..but IN.
    *breaths a sigh of relief*


    when i see you reply....i say to myself lawd like i'm getting buff by sharkie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkie
    IN flatbush.


    not on..but IN.

    On Flatbush too actually...293 Flatbush btwn Prospect & St. Marks to be exact...sorry I left that out.

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