A look inside Pedro Meyer’s mind and a discussion with leading photographers
Tuesday, 18th Nov 2008 | 7:00 pm
Those who regard photographic imagery as a precise representation of the physical world will find Pedro Meyer’s work unsettling and perhaps even reject it. The internationally acclaimed Mexican photographer captures visual images of solitude, materialism, and conflict documenting the spirituality inherent in peasant life, folk customs, and religious artifacts.
The advent of digital tools enabled Meyer to place a person from one picture into the landscape of another; to enlarge, diminish, eliminate, highlight, or suspend in space people or objects; and to alter light and shadow.
Join us as we explore Pedro Meyer’s special Theory of Relativity: Truths and Fictions, and engage in an informal discussion with Karachi’s leading photographers, including Amean J, Tapu Javeri, Arif Mahmood, Izdeyar Setna, Farah Mahbub, and Kohi Marri.
Date: Tuesday 18th November, 2008
Time: 7:00 pm
Minimum Donation: Anything you like.
Venue: The Second Floor (T2F)
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Seats are limited and will be available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. No reservations.