DAVID SMITH-SOTO TO SHOW AT DAVID ANTHONY FINE ART
“Havana Hallelujah: From Hardscrabble Reality to a Vision in a Dream”
David Anthony Fine Art (DAFA), located at 132 Kit Carson Road, is pleased to announce its upcoming artist reception featuring the highly covetable street photography of David Smith-Soto, who is renowned for his intimate familiarity with the Cuban city.
The reception is scheduled for Saturday, September 23, from 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.
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Smith-Soto and his wife, Zita, who is Cuban, have traveled multiple times to the island, and are deeply steeped in its culture. Today, in their roles as professors at University of Texas, El Paso, they are actively engaged in an internship program, which introduces students to this often mysterious locale. They are also engaged in the production of UTEP’s e-magazine, Borderzine, which give students an opportunity to voice issues concerning the U.S./Mexico border.
David Smith-Soto has enjoyed a stellar career, including that as a bilingual photographer, writer, editor, journalist, newspaper and public relations executives, and university professor. Smith-Soto also brings a rare affinity for the human condition, which is evident in his latest, important exhibition.
Opening Reception August 05, 4 to 7pm
Brand new works by Kate Rivers
Reception Saturday, December 03, 2016 from 4 to 6pm. Show runs through March 31. Read more
Rivers doesn’t burn books; she tears them to shreds!
David Anthony Fine Art presents Salvaged, a showing of great new works by Kate Rivers. Rivers collects materials such as fragments of maps, notes, old books, and other varieties of printed materials with which to create structurally dense yet ethereal collages. The pieces come together in fascinating compilations that evoke stories layered with the lives of others. And they are stunning works of art.
Grand 3-day Reception Sept 8 -10