Photographs by Colin Remas Brown
May 3rd - 18th, 2008
Opening Reception Saturday, May 3rd, 7-10 pm
On May 8, 2007 a major wildfire broke out in
Brown's photographs unveil the incalculable losses suffered from a wildfire and what we stand to lose in the future. These photos fascinate and repel, shock and sadden, for they expose a pitiful and grotesque tragedy, one that would have remained invisible had Brown not ventured into the park that day. But life does go on. "The last day I was there" says Brown, "there were green sprouts pushing through the blackened soil everywhere."
Drkrm. presents these photographs in an exhibition commemorating the one-year anniversary of this disaster.
Colin Brown graduated from
drkrm. gallery is an exhibition space dedicated to fine art and documentary photography, cutting edge and alternative photographic processes and the display and survey of popular cultural images.
Regular gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 11 am – 5 pm. Sunday 1-4pm