Meet Shlomi Amiga. That’s this guy 👇
Shlomi is a talented photographer and photo editor who works on all kinds of projects though, of course, we’re partial to his street photography projects in particular. In fact – Spoiler Alert – You’ll be able to get to know Shlomi better in an audio interview as our featured photographer in the September 2019 issue of SPM! But in case you can’t wait until September to see more of Shlomi’s work (we know you can’t wait that long), you’re in luck! Or should we say you’re in “Dumb Luck”? That’s the name of Shlomi’s street photography exhibit, which opened TODAY. Here’s all the details:
Reception: May 6, 7–10pm
What to expect:
“Dumb Luck is a collection of observations of everyday life. It is nothing more or less than what stands in front of the viewer’s eyes, and serves no other purpose than presenting moments in time in which multiple elements come together and are photographed, only to dissipate a fraction of a second later.”
So, yeah. Head to Toronto, grab a brew, and check out Dumb Luck. It’s going to be a good time. And in the meantime, be sure to visit Shlomi’s website and the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival website for more on the exhibit.