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Photographer Saverio Truglia will host “Test Shot: Unintended Portraits”, a competition and print exhibit of test shots that celebrates the images that “missed the mark and was until now, unworthy of display”. Callie Lipkin’s winning image is seen above. View entries and other winning shots on “Test Shot: Unintended Portraits” Facebook page. The exhibit will be on view Friday, May 17th from 6:00- 10:00pm at Sorrento Space, located at 1821 West Hubbard Street in Chicago, Illinois.
Congratulations to Sandro on his current installation of “Chicago Confluence” at the Willis Tower in Chicago. Please join Sandro for the show’s opening on Thursday, February 7th — 5:30pm-8:30pm. The exhibit will be on display at Willis Tower, 233 S Franklin Dr., Chicago, IL, January 21 through April 14, 2013.
Join Saverio Truglia tonight, Friday January 11, 2013, at
D E F I B R I L L A T O R performance art gallery
1136 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago
Wishing all our clients, photographers, friends and families a very happy and healthy 2013!
“The art of the champagne pop” by Stephen Hamilton.
While in the Loop last week, Saverio Truglia meet a young, 14 year old rapper who asked if he had a camera. Needing a picture and a video for You Tube, the kid could not have asked a better person.
Photographer Saverio Truglia sponsors a cycling team each year by creating a team portrait of the group. For this year’s photo, Saverio had the Play it Again Sports team come together in an edgy, underbelly area of Chicago’s north side capturing a bold sports portrait worthy of the race.
Photographer and filmmaker Sandro will be giving an artist talk for his solo show, Provocative Imperfections, at Elgin Community College in the ATC Auditorium tomorrow, October 2, at 1pm. Opening reception will follow at 5:00pm at the Safety Kleen Gallery One.