Irreversible: A Personal Perspective on the Libyan Revolution

March 24, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Events, Photographers | 0 Comments |
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Irreversible: A Personal Perspective on the Libyan Revolution is a solo show by Brazilian photographer and cinematographer Azul Serra. Opening 29th March, the exhibition reflects Serra’s visual and emotional journey from objective examination to insightful reflection, as photographer and viewer travel across an unravelling political and social landscape. Running until 15th April, the event is presented by Braziliality and hosted by London’s Made In Brasil restaurant, 12 Inverness Street, Camden Town. Admission is free.

Braziliality Press Release

Irreversible

Irreversible: A Personal Perspective on the Libyan Revolution is a solo show by Brazilian cinematographer Azul Serra. The exhibition reflects Serra’s visual and emotional journey from objective examination to insightful reflection, as photographer and viewer travel across an unravelling political and social landscape.

The immediacy and the global impact of the imagery makes distance irrelevant. Through the words of Jacques Maritain: “We awake in the same moment to ourselves and to things”, as we live through the events, experiencing as Serra did, an exploding world, free from sleep and often reason, as he travels through a country caught in the grips of political upheaval.

The integrity of this unfinished voyage is one not bereft of hope, as it questions the importance of non-violent change and why one must always deal with inhuman treatment in times of social unrest.

Made in Brasil http://www.made-in-brasil-bar.co.uk
12 Inverness Street – Camden NW1 7HJ London
(Nearest Tube: Camden Town, Camden)
Admission Free



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