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Student Artwork Update: James Weber

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We are pleased to present photographs by SVACE student James Weber. Mr. Weber exhibits this artwork in conjunction with the courses "Digital Photography I" with Bina Altera, "Black-and-White Photography" with Michael Katchen, and two courses with Silvio Wolf: "Visible and Invisible: The Lens as Interpretation of Reality" and "Seeing is Thinking: The Image as Threshold of Reality."



Young man holding a device.
Photographs by James Weber
John Lennon and Yoko Ono are standing at a peace rally, holding up peace signs with their hands.  A banner that says peace is in the background.
Photographs by James Weber
Latinx form worker in field arms crossed
Photographs by James Weber

Mr. Weber writes that he "picked up a camera as part of a catharsis from his Vietnam War experience. It was his way of seeing and recording with a mechanical device. It has been a passion and a ceaseless source of joy and fulfillment that continues to this day."

See more of Mr. Weber's work on Twitter: @dogwoodsix.

Visit us to see this artwork in our exhibition space at 209 East 23rd Street until January 5, 2017. And see more updates on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages!

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