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Diane Arbus, Patriotic Young Man with a Flag, N.Y.C., 1967, Courtesy of ROSEGALLERY.
William Eggleston Untitled, 1960-1972, Courtesy of ROSEGALLERY.
William Eggleston Untitled, 1960-1972, Courtesy of ROSEGALLERY.
Guy Stricherz, Americans in Kodachrome 1945-1965, Dahlias for Church, Fraziers Bottom, West Virginia, 1946, Photographer: Harold H. Frazier, Courtesy of ROSEGALLERY.
Guy Stricherz, Americans in Kodachrome 1945-1965, Nana and Beba, Brooklyn, New York, c. 1949, Photographer: William A. Cochrane, Jr., Courtesy of ROSEGALLERY.

WE

Dec 10, 2016 — Feb 11, 2017

ROSEGALLERY
Paris Fair Exhibitor

Bergamot Station Arts Center Gallery G5
2525 Michigan Avenue
90404 santa monica
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At this time, We the People must ask ourselves one question: who are we?
Although it might seem like a simple question, the answer may not come so easily. When the founding fathers penned “We the People,” they may have meant themselves, the white men in power, but We the People of today incorporates a much wider set of individuals. When We lives to juxtapose with the Other, just as it has in our current climate, photography’s unique power to democratize becomes a necessity. In our previous show HE, SHE, THEY, we explored the multifaceted ways gender, sexuality, and identity build ourselves and our surroundings. And so, expanding our notions of us, ROSEGALLERY presents We, a selection of photographs, paintings, and prints which strive to show the encompassing sense of We through our idiosyncrasies and connections. Artists featured include: Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Charles Brittin, Bruce Davidson, William Eggleston, Graciela Iturbide, Dorothea Lange, Wayne Lawrence and Guy Stricherz.