This is a group show featuring abstractions, geometries as well as street photography presented through a variety of mediums, primarily black and white gelatin silver prints and color digital prints. Featuring Liam Conway, Daniel Grey, Brianna Serene Magnolia Kelly, and Daria Senchikhina.
During PhotoNOLA the gallery will be open Friday 4 – 10 PM; Saturday Noon – 10 PM; Sunday 4 – 10 PM; and by appointment.
Additional events will include Live music, Poetry, Film screening, and Tintype portraits. Details and times to be announced at www.unitedbakerygallery.com
LIAM CONWAY is a photographer based in New Orleans, LA. Originally from New York, he has also lived in Spain, Senegal, and French Guiana in addition to having traveled extensively both in America and abroad. He works with both color and black & white film ranging from 35mm to 4×5 large format. He also works with the wet plate collodion process, producing 8×10 tintypes and ambrotypes. In addition to exhibiting regularly at the Bakery, selections of his work can be seen permanently at the Bean Gallery, Rook Cafe, and intermittently at other locations around New Orleans. He has won an award in a juried competition at Art Scene Today and was recently featured in Renee Allie’s “Photographer’s Profile” for the New Orleans Photo Alliance, of which Liam is a longtime member. His current focus is on converting an enclosed trailer into a darkroom to allow more mobility with the wet plate process.
DANIEL GREY is an award winning, published photographer, born and based in New Orleans, LA. He is currently photographing under contract with National Geographic and has been published many times in Vogue Italia’s PhotoVogue. He works primarily in digital photography, but has been awarded for his black and white, 35mm film photography by the Black and White Critics Association of Berlin. After traveling abroad for ten years, Daniel came back to the Katrina altered city of his birth and immediately opened Daniel Grey Photography Studio. He’s photographed from Europe through Asia and deep into the Middle East. His photography has been a recurring part of Art Basel Miami Beach. You can find his collections regularly at the United Bakery Gallery, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation and the upcoming PJ’s Coffee on Decatur Street.
DARIS SENCHIKHINA is a film photographer from Ukraine. Most of her photos were taken in such countries as Ukraine, Czech Republic and Sweden. Daria finds film to be a great teacher that gives no chance for a second try, forcing the photographer to think about the light and composition before a camera shutter is clicked. She thinks that film intrigues a lot, because results can’t be seen instantly. Her favorite subjects are people and architecture. Daria loves street photography because it contains both. In January 2015, Daria arranged her personal photo exhibition “People and Cities” which aimed to raise money for local animal shelter. Daria is a member of Lensbr community and has personal portfolio page at Vogue Italia website.