Artist Talk & Dinner: Cuba – Photographs of an Era by Roberto Salas
This May Tamarkin Camera and the Rangefinder Gallery will host the exhibiton Cuba – Photographs of an Era, by Roberto Salas and are inviting to a special Artist Talk & Dinner. The photographer had privileged access to Fidel Castro and the July 26 Movement revolutionaries.
Artist Talk & Dinner (May 4th) and Gallery Opening Reception (May 5th) are limited-seating events. The Tickets cost $80 and can be purchased through the gallery:
- by calling: 312-642-2255 or
- by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The event offers the chance to meet the photographer personaly. He will also speak on Thursday, May 4th from 6 – 9 p.m.
Cruz Blanca at 904
W. Randolph Street,
Chicago, IL 60607, USA
Here the official press release:
Cuba – Photographs of an Era
by Roberto Salas
Tamarkin Camera and the Rangefinder Gallery are proud to announce Cuba – Photographs of an Era, by Roberto Salas this May.
We’ve teamed up with the premier Cuba touring company, Complete Cuba, to bring this important and influential artist here to Chicago for an Artist Talk & Dinner, and, of course, for an extended gallery exhibit of his early work.
Mr. Salas had privileged access to Fidel Castro and the July 26 Movement revolutionaries as they hid in the Sierra Maestra Mountains in southeastern Cuba just before taking power in January 1959.
The Artist Talk & Dinner and the Gallery Opening Reception are limited-seating events that offer the exceedingly rare chance to meet and speak with one of Cuba’s most influential photographers in an intimate setting.
Mr. Salas will speak Thursday, May 4th at Cruz Blanca at 904 W. Randolph Street, from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Tickets ($80 each) can be purchased through the gallery by calling 312-642-2255 or email@example.com