Photography by George H. Lewis

by Violet Blue on August 27, 2012

Compelling, sexualized and controversial are three words I’m going to use to describe the photographic work of George H. Lewis, whose website was sent to me because it contains a couple shots of firebrand, activist and friend Madison Young. It’s my understanding that some of these photos will be on exhibit sometime soon in New York and San Francisco; I’ll keep you posted if you’re interested. Given the cultural contrasts here, we should also add ‘provocative’ to the descriptor list for Lewis’ work, as I think some of these images could get someone thrown in prison should an attempt to exhibit these be made in a different part of the world.

Lewis’ galleries Profiles in Empathy, Transcendental Eschatology and Ecological Empathy may be of particular interest to you, dear readers.

Violet Blue

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