It's hard to believe that I just saw this photo for the first time a few months ago. Since then, it comes to mind at least once a day. There's something so strange and surreal about the point of view. It feels like a still from a film. I'm surprised that it's not more popular among Minnesotans.
After the success of having prints on the wall at Kit and Ace, I decided to start selling prints on my website. It's something I've wanted to do for a while, but never felt comfortable with until I was making them myself. I'm now able to print at my studio with archival pigment ink on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta paper. Signed open editions are available at 8.5" x 11", 11" x 17" and 13" x 19".
I'm grateful to have raised the funds needed, so I'm keeping the sale price active until the end of the year and will be adding a few more prints to the collection.
When: 7:30pm on Monday, July 29th Where: St Anthony Main Theatre Cost: $11 BUY A TICKET
The screening will only happen if the sales goal of 73 tickets is reached by July 22. As I'm typing, there are still 22 tickets that need to be sold. Please get your tickets early. It's happening!
I first discovered Saul Leiter's work through the fantastic On Taking Pictures podcast. I'm blown away by his bold compositions and use of color.
Please get your tickets early and help make this screening happen.
Special thanks to Bill and Jeffery of On Taking Pictures for helping me promote this screening. You can listen to episode 63 of On Taking Pictures at the 01h:02m:36s mark to hear Bill call me Greg, but nail the pronunciation of my last name. :)