Thursday, August 9th, 6-8pm This event is FREE to attend! No tickets or reservations needed. Redux is excited to welcome Jack Alterman for our August edition
Thursday, August 9th, 6-8pm
This event is FREE to attend!
No tickets or reservations needed.
Redux is excited to welcome Jack Alterman for our August edition of Camera Works Cafe!!
Jack is a native of Charleston, South Carolina where he opened Alterman Studios in 1980. His interest in photography began in 1968 while serving as a Marine in Okinawa. After his discharge in 1970 he enrolled into Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, MFA
His expertise includes environmental photography as well as studio portraiture and travel essays.
Alterman’s work has been exhibited at the Piccolo Spoleto Festivals in Charleston and Spoleto, Italy the Gibbes Museum of Art. and the Smithsonian Institution.
Currently, Jack is in collaboration with silversmith Kaminer Halslip and textile artist Leigh Magar to present the legacy of indigo and silver and its impact on art in the 21st center with “Interwoven: The Art of Indigo & Silver.” Jack’s new portrait series of twenty contemporary Charleston artists focuses on the use of color, texture, creation, and place. The City Gallery at Joe Riley Waterfront Park will host the exhibit with an opening reception August 24th at 5pm.
(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm