Fashion Street Photo Exhibit by Wasabi at Butter Gallery 8/14/10

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Opening of “The It Click” exhibit curated by Francisco De La Torre
August 14th, 2010 Artwalk
Butter Gallery
2303 NW 2 Ave
Wynwood, Miami

Pamela Wasabi’s Artist Statement
MIA POP –Fashion Street Photography
Pamela photographs how the underground culture is expressing itself through fashion. Fashion is not a matter of trends but a matter of self-expression and communication. It’s a direct mirror of what’s going on in our pop culture.
She is interested in seeing someone’s unique sense for style. There is no right or wrong, just creative people shaping the culture with their passions; this time, reflected through their choice of clothes. Pamela’s way of displaying her photography is through a collage where she juxtaposed the street fashion shots one next to another. The message is to show what culture is about: everyone. Not one picture can generalize what is happening today. It’s the conglomeration of everyone’s artistic input and everyone’s personality that can tell what our culture is made off. Pamela Wasabi is documenting it.

Charis Kirchheimer Artist’s Statement
Charis is a Miami-based photographer with 4 years of experience behind her. She enjoy documenting every facet of life-from corner markets to crawling nightlife-in attempts to provide the viewer with an unbiased and tender portrait of the city she calls home. In addition to cityscape photography, she has a passion for taking an
individual and transforming them into an imposing character. Charis tailors her style to whatever is on the other side of her lens in order to better capture its essence. The development of technical skills and knowledge is crucial to her as a professional and she take on any opportunity to further her intimacy with photography.