New works by Jake Dobkin, Luna Park, Sam Horine & Street Stars
Factory Fresh is proud to present the group exhibition Quality of Life, contemporary survey of urban landscape photography. Quality Of Life will examine marginalized, forgotten, and neglected spaces in New York City , as well as the graffiti, decay, residents and beauty found within.
Exhibiting Artist Bio’s
Street Stars photographs around New York City , where he documents street life, abandoned locations, graffiti culture, and his family and fellow Boricuas.
More work can be seen at: www.streetstars-nyc.com.
Sam Horine is a regular explorer of forgotten and under-appreciated places. He enjoys rooftops, bbq’s and pets. He’s a frequent contributor to the Village Voice and Am New York. In 2009 he will begin teaching at NYU. More work can be seen at: www.samhorine.com
Luna Park spends her free time skulking about NYC’s grotty warehouses, abandoned lots and trash-strewn alleyways in search of beauty in unexpected locations. She is passionate about urban art and supportive of all creative endeavors to redefine and redesign public space. She posts daily at www.flickr.com/photos/lunapark.
Jake Dobkin is an urban landscape photographer and a graffiti documentarian. He has lived in Brooklyn for most of the past 31 years. More of his work can be seen at: www.bluejake.com and www.streetsy.com.