Working Hands featuring
Farm and Recycling Workers: Photographs by David Bacon
Longshoremen at the Oakland Waterfront: Photographs by Frank Silva
Location: PhotoCentral Gallery, Hayward Area Park and Recreation District Offices, 1099 E Street, Hayward, California, 94544
Dates: 6/4 to 8/6/2016
Reception: Saturday, 6/4/2016, 2-5 pm
Artist Walks: 7/2 and 8/6, 2-4 pm
Gallery Hours: Monday 5 -10 pm, Tuesday & Thursday 10 am -1 pm, Saturday12-3 pmå
Contact Person: Geir Jordahl, 510-881-6721, email@example.com
Hayward Area Recreation District’s PhotoCentral presents Working Hands Featuring Farm and Recycling Workers: Photographs by David Bacon and Longshoremen at the Oakland Waterfront: Photographs by Frank Silva. Frank Silva’s photographs of longshoremen, and David Bacon’s images of farm workers and recycling workers, reveal what is often unseen - the necessary labor it takes to put food on the table, deliver us the material goods we need, and clean up after we’re done. These photographs capture the visual drama of the workplace and plunge us into the human drama of those who labor there.
There will be a public reception on Saturday, June 4th from 2-5 pm. The event is free and the public is invited. The exhibition continues through August 6th and there will be Artist Walks on July 2 and August 6th from 2-4 pm.
The PhotoCentral Gallery is at 1099 E Street, Hayward, California and is open Monday 5-10 pm, Tuesday & Thursday 10 am-1 pm, Saturday12-3 pm and by appointment.
PhotoCentral offers quality artwork in its gallery and outstanding facilities for the dedicated photographic artist with classes, workshops, darkrooms and a matting facility. Expand your creativity in a supportive community! Visit PhotoCentral today.
For more information, please contact PhotoCentral at 510-881-6721 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
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