Friday, February 6
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
David Tepper is a Chicago based photographer. David works mainly in a black and white medium, either with digital or film cameras. First inspired by Minor White, and later by Imogen Cunningham, Irving Penn, Paul Caponigro, Douglas Beasley, Clelia Belgrado, and painters such as Vermeer, and Alejandro Rosemberg. David focuses on his sense of intuition and sensitivity as a means to create images of people and places. He hopes that his images are seen as offerings. Images that engage the viewer to see the human spirit. Images that engage the viewer to see beyond a seemingly simple landscape. Images that ask more questions than they answer. Images that show that we are all connected.