EXHIBITIONS/PAST/CURRENT/UPCOMING

Steve Cagan, School children and their teachers greet a peace caravan down the Atrato River in El Chocó, one of the areas that suffered greatly in Colombia’s civil war, 2003.

Steve Cagan, School children and their teachers greet a peace caravan down the Atrato River in El Chocó, one of the areas that suffered greatly in Colombia’s civil war, 2003.

WORKING PICTURES  
STEVE CAGAN
MAY 11 - JULY 1, 2017

Steve Cagan, Working Pictures is a career survey and the first solo exhibition on the west coast to highlight Cagan's five decades of work integrating photography and activism. Cagan’s work gives voice to causes both local and international, ranging from the demise of industry and labor issues in his home state of Ohio, to the social and political strife of refugees in El Salvador and Nicaragua, and most recently to issues with indigenous peoples in Colombia fighting to preserve a way of life. 

This exhibition is curated by Jeanne Friscia and made possible through the generous support of Frank Mainzer and Lonnie Zwerin.

Learn more about the exhibition here

 
Wesaam Al-Badry, Pam Saucer holds a photo of her son David Saucer II

Wesaam Al-Badry, Pam Saucer holds a photo of her son David Saucer II

OUR SONS
WESAAM AL-BADRY
MAY 11 - JULY 1, 2017

SF Camerawork is proud to present a new body of work by rising photography star Wesaam Al-Badry in the gallery's Project Space.  Our Sons is a documentary project about Bay Area mothers who have lost their sons to gun violence. Over the course of 2 years, Al-Badry photographed mothers, in their homes and with their son’s belongings, to create this intimate portrayal of the tragedy caused by gun violence in our communities.

You can read more here.

 

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