Vector Portraits by Andrew Bush // Bloo Gallery – Rome
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Last friday, in Rome, opened the first contemporary photography gallery, the Bloo Gallery - a new really curated exhibition space right in the heart of San Lorenzo, the historically popular neighborhood. The American photographer Andrew Bush was chosen to cut the ribbon and expose his Vector Portraits series.
His work tells the spirit of Los Angeles city through singular drivers’ snaps. He shows us different subject of the social classes often stuck inside the famous Californian traffic junctions, it’s a series if we think about a total random selection of cars, people, colors and places. But at the end of the first exhibition round, I drunk my glass of wine and started to think that maybe I would have liked to see a more strict selection of subjects, of those old men/women so relaxed inside their old 70′s cars. Maybe is my vintage cult spirit? Don’t worry Andrew I can wait.
During those weeks Andrew will work on a new series about Rome, will he shoot typical Roman people yelling in line inside Smarts?