Opening this weekend (May 3rd) at the Museum of Photographic Arts (MoPA) is the exhibit of Fredric Roberts, “Humanitas: Images of India“, which will be on exhibition through September 7th. From MoPA “Roberts pictures various people from Inda, Myanmar, Cambodia, Bhutan, Thailand and China as they go about their lives selleing water or herding camels. Simultaneously, this exhibition illuminates the quite corners that often don’t have witnesses, such as people in prayer or mother and child. The images are primarily portraits, but also include some landscapes.
MoPA has continuing exhibits of ‘Flesh: The Portraiture of Gary Schneider’, through September 14 and “Picturing the Process: Portraiture throught the Lens“, with photographs from MoPA’s Permament Collection, which runs until July 6th.
Posted by Doug Stockdale