A group exhibition by:
Presenting portraits rendered from mugshots taken inside S–21 Prison during the 1970′s Cambodian Genocide. The faces display a resilient fight to survive despite the nightmarish conditions of their imprisonment. The black negative space represents the imminence of death and disappearance. The inmates emerge from the shadows in defiance to reveal their identity.
Full list of artists coming soon.
Curators: Paige Parker / Betty Bigas
Opening Friday February 10th, 2017
from 6:00 to 9:00pm
at Roll Up Gallery
161 Erie Street, San Francisco, CA 94103