Friday, July 18, 2008

Ted Pushinsky x Hamburger Eyes Photo Epicenter

Black and White Photographs Taken While Traveling Outside the United States By Ted Pushinsky.

Ted Pushinsky has been wandering the streets and documenting the lives of fellow San Franciscans for what he says are “too many years.” His images have the ability to transplant you into the precise moment that the shot was taken with his honest and raw point-and-shoot approach. The Low Road is a collection of rarely exhibited photographs taken far from the streets of San Francisco. Included are images from Mexico, Italy, India, France, Vietnam, Holland, Spain, China, Malaysia, Mauritius, Japan, Germany and Denmark.

Ted Pushinsky invokes questions referring to the timeless quality of raw moments that he has captured in his black and white photography. Unforgettable encounters and moments of timeless theatricality on the streets of America and abroad. The raw expressions and candid shots Pushinsky is able to capture make you feel as if you’re right there in the shot with him.
Japan Times

I was lucky enough to buy this photograph directly from Ted:

Opening Reception
July 10, 2008
Thurs 5-9pm

26 Lilac St.
SF CA 94110
Mon-Sat 10am-10pm
415 550-0701

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