Private tour of Reinterpreted, a series by the Artist, SameSource

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You're invited to a private tour of the Reinterpreted exhibition at Fabrik Projects Gallery. The tour will be led by the artist, SameSource.

Saturday July 27th
2pm to 4pm
Fabrik Projects Gallery
2636 South La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034

Fabrik Projects Gallery of Los Angeles will open a unique exhibition featuring American artist SameSource on June 29, on view until July 27. Reinterpreted will feature over 25 works by the photographic artist. In this series, SameSource has taken masterworks of figure painting and reinterpreted the paintings through photography, replacing the characters in these paintings with modern body types, modern aesthetics of beauty, and alternative views on sexuality. In addition, the exhibition will be supported by the release of a fine art photography book by the same name, which includes historical context and analysis from the artist-author.

SameSource is a photographic artist with over two decades of professional experience recording images. SameSource fine art photography spans both landscape and bodyscape, often exploring human sexuality and its relationship with art. With recent showings from fotofever, Paris, to Art Basel, Miami Beach, honors include being named an Artist in Residency for 2019 by GilsfjordurArts, Iceland, the international Lumiere Award for fine art nude photography, 2017, and Coagula Gallery’s Los Angeles Ten Top Artists exhibition for 2016 in a show curated by Tulsa Kinney of Artillery Magazine. In addition to being included in over 100 exhibitions in galleries and fairs around the world, SameSource work has been featured in The Huffington Post, Artillery Magazine, American Photo, two documentary films by EMS ARTS, and has twice been profiled by Silvershotz International Magazine of Contemporary Photography, as well as being one of 25 international artists featured in the magazine’s 2017 Folio of Fine Art Photography. In addition to the full-time pursuit of photographic fine art, SameSource output has included notable works as a recording artist, writer, and filmmaker.

“SameSource’s latest series is the pinnacle in his obsession with the profane and the profound, straddling the boundaries society has erected. Reinterpreted challenges traditional notions of beauty, nudity, and sexuality—reversing typical gender roles and inserting fetishized accoutrements—providing a platform for the artist and viewer to explore assumptions and foster new dialogue,” explains Sarah Koenig Wagner of Medium Photo, San Diego, from the foreword for the book being released with the exhibition.
For more images and more information, contact:
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www.FabrikProjects.com
www.SameSourceFineArt.com