Gallery ef is pleased to announce a photography exhibition by Paule Saviano "From Above" from March 13th to April 12th, 2009. On tomorrow, 12th (Thu.), we will have an opening reception. Paule Saviano will attend this reception.
Please join from all over the world !
Paule Saviano Photography Exhibition "From Above"
An American photographer Paule Saviano releases his newest series that portrays Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Survivors and Tokyo Air Raids Survivors. It reflects how he faced the trace of historical tragedy and the present day of the people who experienced these events.
Term : 2009. March 13th (Fri.) - April 12th (Sun.)
Opening Hours : 12:00-21:00; Closed on Tuesdays
Entrance : free
In collaboration with Nagasaki Foundation for the Promotion of Peace, The Center of the Tokyo Raid and War Damages
Date : 2009. March 12th, 19:00 – 21:00
Please check webpage.
Paule Saviano Profile
New York native Paule Saviano has been snapping photographs since he was 12 years old. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in two majors; Visual Media and Political Science from the American University (1996) in Washington, DC.
Since than he's been published in magazines around the globe and has accepted every kind of photography assignment from fashion to landscape until settling into portrait photography. His photographs have appeared in magazines such as Faces (Switzerland), Belio (Spain), Mono (Japan), Resonance (USA), Talk (Australia), Index (USA), and numerous others.
He's criss-crossed the world photographing many personalities and bands such as Marilyn Manson, Radiohead, and AC/DC to name a few.
Paule has had solo exhibitions at galleries in Tokyo, New York, Shanghai, London, Helsinki, and Italy. He continues to produce images that blend realism and surreal fantasy.
His series on striptease burlesque artists in the rising underground burlesque scene has been exhibiting around the globe for 3 years. Paule continues to travel the globe to produce images.
Paule Saviano Website
Striptease Burlesque in 2007 at Gallery ef
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