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"Paradise Paths: Lost in the Stars"
Photo Contructions by Larry Sykes


September 6th - October 6th
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 20th 5-9PM
Art, Food and Wine: Thursday, September 27th 5-7PM


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Early Works 1996-2010




PROVIDENCE R.I. On Thursday, September 20th, 2012 join us for the opening reception for our newest exhibition, "Paradise Paths: Lost in the Stars," from 5:00 - 9:00 PM.

Gallery Z Director Berge Ara Zobian is proud to present an exhibit by his close friend, mentor, and esteemed photographer, Larry Sykes, in the second solo exhibit in a decade at the gallery. In "Paradise Paths: Lost in the Stars," Sykes brings with him a new dimension of photography. His photo-constructions showcase beautiful architecture, everyday scenes, and even major historical events. Delve in to multilayered, three dimensional photo constructions that tell stories of life, culture, and society.

Larry Sykes (b.1931) earned his masters at the Pratt Institute in New York, after receiving his undergraduate degree from Morgan. He served as Director of the Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center at Morgan and later taught at the New York University, the College of Art in Kumasi, Ghana and the Parsons School of Design West Africa Program. Later, Sykes served as commissioner for the Rhode Island Council of the Arts. His works have appeared in numerous books, journals, and museums worldwide, including commissions done for the Smithsonian National Zoological Park. For more than fifty years, Sykes has surveyed the world's societies through his camera's lens. He states: "Material culture is a reflection of identity that mirrors a character that is congealed, accentuated, or masked. The photographer looks beyond the mask. He re-envisions and constructs alternative social possibilities that meditate contradictions in material forms and social cultures. In return, the viewer is compelled to confront the layered meanings that objects assume, as they are seen through a single lens with multiple dimensions." For Sykes, the main goal is storytelling. Every cultural artifact has an inseparable identity that ties itself to society, but there is no direct route from the material object to the social history. As such, it is up to the storyteller, Sykes, to connect history to memory, and capture those memories through photography.

The opening reception will be on Thursday, September 20th from 5 - 9 PM. The exhibit runs from September 6th through October 6th.

In celebration of Latino Heritage Month, Gallery Z will be exhibiting work by Dominican artist Julianny Ariza in the collection room. Julianny attended the National School of Visual Art and the Altos de Chavon School of Design in the Dominican Republic. She is a multi-genre artist, but most of her works include sculptures, installation and high-reliefs; using fabric, thread, embroidery and reused objects. Julianny is currently the Visiting Artist in Residence at AS220, Providence. Her work will be on display at Gallery Z through October 15th.

Also, on the last Thursday of each month, the participating Public Art Window organization at Gallery Z hosts a fundraising event to elevate public consciousness for their cause. This month, on Thursday, September 27th, from 5-7 pm, (Gallery Z's Art, Food & Wine Creating Awareness for a Cause) Gallery Z will partner with the organization Water for Life. This event will feature cuisine provided by a local Providence Restaurant, and world-class hand selected wine provided by I.M. Gan Discount Liquors located at 380 Warwick Ave. Warwick, RI 02888.