EXHIBITION OF PHOTOGRAHS
By SHARIS GARABEDIAN
Our imagination is not richer than reality; it is all about our capacity to see, to grasp and thus, to convey.
One does not need to create a situation or an image to make it interesting. It is all there, be it an abandoned Domik, or the ruins of Pompeii. It is an aesthetic question with which we are surrounded without the pretension of making a social statement and without manipulating reality, but simply choosing from it.
August 13 – 27 2004