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FotoFocus: Camera Shy

Stefanie Kremer
Friday: 6 - 9 p.m., Saturday: noon - 5 p.m., or by appointment. , Wednesday December 05

 From the 70's on into the 2000's, unconventional artist Thunder-Sky took a lot of Polaroid pictures of demolition/construction sites both here in Cincinnati and in Chicago. Thunder-Sky inc. will be showing a number of these Polaroids. A New York Times and Washington Post photo-journalist whose work often focuses on Native American issues, Pember, will be building a "wigwam" inside Thunder-Sky Inc. that will house two screens displaying photos of her mother and photos capturing the lives and struggles of contemporary Native Americans. 



Where: Thunder-Sky Inc.
Phone: 513-823-8914
Address: 4573 Hamilton Ave.
Website: http://raymondthundersky.org

Thunder-Sky Inc.

4573 Hamilton Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45223
 
Founded in order to preserve the legacy of eccentric artist Raymond Thunder-Sky and to provide an exhibition space for other unconventional artists in the area.
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