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[CANCELLED] Paris Streets: Learning to be Unseen

Photo by Art Suwansang



Crowell Public Library San Marino, Barth Room

1890 Huntington Drive
San Marino , CA 91108
Website: Learn More

Paris Streets: Learning to be unseen. A lecture by Christopher Broughton – Sponsored by BenQ

Inspiration, Conversation, and Education. Join photographer and educator Christopher Broughton on a visual journey exploring the “City of Lights.” Paris is often considered the birthplace of street photography ever since Charles Nègre took his camera to the streets of Paris in 1851. Broughton’s work attempts to share a glimpse of the unscripted narratives of humanity in everyday life with a sincere attempt to not influence the subject while learning to be unseen.

This event will also showcase printed images by Chrispher Broughton and BenQ will be showcasing their SW monitors lineup at the event. This will be a great opportunity to see a BenQ Photography monitors in person. Art Suwansang, BenQ Ambassador, will be on site to answer any BenQ SW monitor and color management questions that you may have.

To see more of Christopher Broughton’s work please go to https://www.christopherbroughton.com/

You can also find out more about Art Suwansang at www.ArtIsRight.com/youtube

All Crowell Public Library programming is cancelled until April 30th.

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