470 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114
Join us this November as we celebrate the work of Joe Mazza!
Every month we bring you the work of an incredible local queer artists, and this upcoming month we cannot wait to see what Joe Mazza will bring to our gallery wall. We are looking forward to this upcoming exhibition from a local accomplished photographer.
The Art Opening starts at 8 PM sharp, and will go till 10 PM. Free drinks and light snacks will be provided
We are most authentic, our most beautiful selves when we are open and vulnerable. This photo series explores these aspects of the human condition – our inner struggle with loneliness, surrender, anticipation, and the embracing our sense of playfulness, of intimacy and sexuality. The subjects in this series are not professional models, they are local artists, heath care professionals, athletes, teachers and students who live and work in San Francisco. What they have in common is an open spirit and a willingness to explore honest moments together that highlight the beautifully complex and vulnerable side of our shared humanity.
About the Artist
Joe Mazza has spent much of his life either in front of or behind a
camera. Joe’s work as photographer includes; shooting the opening montage for the critically acclaimed Netflix series SENSE8, Commercial, editorial and product work for dozens of bay area businesses, back stage photographer for the American Idol Web site, the Buddies with Benefits Calendar, Black Men of the Castro Calendar benefiting STOP AIDS PROJECT and the 2010, 2011 and 2012, 2013 Bare Chest Calendars benefiting AIDS EMERGENCY FUND. His work has been featured in a number of magazines and on-line publications and has been selected to appear with eight other international photographers in a calendar to benefit Act-Q ROMANIA, which helps further LGBT arts and awareness in Romania.
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