Roam Free

B.T. Kim

Signage: The Backdrop of Street Life in NY

Neil O. Lawner

The Stranger’s Path and Future Obsolescence

David Kutz

Euro Integration

Roman Makhmutov

Street Moments — NYC

 Jake Lambroza

Industrial Figures

Martin Frank

April 2017

The gallery is proud to present five solo shows and the Park West Camera Club 80th Anniversary Exhibition
 April 5 – 29, 2017
OPENING RECEPTION: Tuesday, April 4, 2017 from 6-8pm

Between 1799 and 1834, thirty-two Russian settlements were renamed in honor of European regions that had been liberated or conquered by Russian soldiers. That's how in the southern Ural mountains, villages gained names like Paris, Berlin, Leipzig, Warsaw, Balkans, and other such. How are the lives of ordinary Russians affected by living in 'European' cities, while never having traveled outside the borders of their own native country, or possibly even their settlements? How has this influenced their everyday existence? Has this duality of perception significantly altered their lives? Roman Makhmutov and Tatiana Gavrilova explore these questions in their Project