Hank Paper photo show opens at Willoughby Wallace Memorial Library Sunday
Keyes Gallery at Willoughby Wallace Memorial Library
146 Thimble Islands Rd., Stony Creek, (203) 488-8702
Two Sides of the Street: Photographs by Hank Paper
Dec. 2—26, 2012.
Opening Reception: Sun., Dec. 2, 4—6 p.m.
Press release from Hank Paper
Photographer Hank Paper will exhibit his photographs of the United States and Cuba, inviting a compare and contrast between the American Dream and the Cuban version of the same.
|Hank Paper: "Trombone Player on the Malecón"|
Hank Paper has photographed around the world. His many solo exhibition venues have included The African American Museum in Philadelphia; Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel; the High Point Historical Museum in North Carolina (Grand Opening Exhibit); The Jewish Museum of New Jersey; the Morgenthal-Frederics Gallery, the Tamarkin Leica Gallery and The Harlem School of the Arts in New York. He has also exhibited extensively in New Haven.
|Hank Paper: "Virgin"|
His awards and honors include acceptance in the 2011 and 2009 Juried Members Exhibiton of the New Britain Museum of American Art; the 2011 and 2010 (2nd Prize) Ridgefield Art Guild Juried Exhibition; the East Coast Juried Show 95 Artists at Umbrella Arts Gallery, NYC, the 2009 Soho International Competition and The Piedmont Juried Show (Piedmont Award). He received Honorable Mention in the 2010 and 2007 Images, Connecticut's statewide juried photography show. He received a 2006 Grant from the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism. His photography has been spotlighted in Art New England.