I'm really pleased to announce that I'll be part of a group show at Artspace new haven, on July 26th 4-7 (reception). I'm thrilled to be a part of it, since they are a fantastic bunch of artists.
Monique Atherton, Thomas Breen, Ed Gendron, Daniel Eugene, Rachelle Mozman Solano, and Thana Faroq
It's entitled Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography. Curated by a likewise fantastic and accomplished group;
Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography. A project by Ariella Azoulay, Wendy Ewald, Susan Meiselas, Leigh Raiford and Laura Wexler, organized in collaboration with Artspace.
Details are here: https://artspacenewhaven.org/exhibitions/collaboration-a-potential-history-of-photography/
I will be showing Playing Soldier at Best Video in Hamden on Monday Nov 12th at 7pm.
As an added bonus, the movie will be preceded by a short little animated film :-)
Come on out, have some fun! See it on the screen - with an audience, the way movies are meant to be seen!!
Thanks to the Nutmeg Gazette for publishing my short essay on filmmaking and the making of "Playing Soldier"
I'm very pleased to announce that Playing Soldier will be showing at NH Docs in june
9:30 PM June 2nd
-Screening Room 208,
Whitney Humanities Center,
53 Wall Street, New Haven CT
Playing Soldier (Edwin Gendron, 2018) – 72min – Connecticut Premiere – in competition for the Audience Award for Best Feature Film
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