THE UNCOVERING: Famed photographer Boogie comes to Los Angeles

Beginning July 10th and continuing thru to August 7th 2010 Carmichael Gallery is hosting ‘THE UNCOVERING‘ “a powerful cross section of new photography by Serbian native Boogie.” THE UNCOVERING is described by Carmichael Gallery as being both an extension and a departure from Boogie, a Serbian photographer who has emerged as a documenter of Yugoslavia’s civil war of the 1990’s capturing through his lens the realities of the violent rebellion that chewed up and destroyed his nation. THE UNCOVERING reflects a new phase in her personal life and professional evolution, having just recently returned home to Belgrade for the birth of his son. Carmichael continues describing the exhibition through his use of “expermentation with new color palettes in several of his works engenders a potent sense of renewal […] the vibrancy of [Boogies] photographs enhances the dialogue initiated by the breathtaking black and white portraits for which he is most widely recognized.

Boogie is the author of five monographs: “Its All Good“, “Boogie“, “Sao Paulo“, “Istanbul” and most recently, “Belgrade Belongs to Me“.

Reception for Boogies, THE UNCOVERING: Saturday July 10, 2010 7-9pm.

Carmichael Gallery
5795 Washington BLVD
Culver City, CA 90232

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