[Bob will also have two images in PhilaMOCA’s Eraserhood Forever (and Ever) show opening on July 12, as well as two non-Eraserhood images in the Philadelphia Sketch Club’s PHOTOGraphy2013 Exhibition opening July 7!]
Greetings from the Eraserhood on Flickr.
URBAN LANDSCAPES FROM PHILADELPHIA’S INDUSTRIAL LEGACY
TUESDAY, JULY 2, 2013 TO TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 2013
CAFE 12, 212 S 12TH ST, PHILADELPHIA, PA
Opening presentation 6 p.m., July 2 at Cafe 12
Once again, eraserhood.com documentary photographer Bob Bruhin celebrates the Philadelphia neighborhood that inspired such diverse artists as David Lynch, David Goodis,and Sarah McEneaney. Bruhin’s “twisted views of a demented square mile” lovingly explore the rugged, gritty beauty of the classic industrial Callowhill neighborhood through the transcendent vision of a magical realist.
Bruhin has been working in and documenting the Callowhill neighborhood since 2007. He has exhibited in such diverse venues as West Philadelphia’s Seeds Gallery, Mt. Airy’s Highpoint Cafe, and PhilaMOCA’s 2012 Eraserhood Forever event.
This exhibition is sponsored by the Photographic Society of Philadelphia, in conjunction with Cafe 12.
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