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10 Peachtree Center Ave SE
The Welch School Gallery features simultaneous solo exhibitions by photographers Tanyth Berkeley (New York City) and Jimmy Fike (Avondale, Arizona). Berkeley's tender street portraits and Fike's images of ephemeral North American edible plants reverberate with themes of environmental justice, the climate crisis, and the commons.
Tanyth Berkeley was born in Hollywood, California and raised in New York City. She earned her MFA in photography from Columbia University and holds a BA in photography and creative writing from City College New York. Her work was featured in New Photography 2007 at the Museum of Modern Art, and in exhibitions at the San Francisco Art Institute, Bellwether Gallery, Danziger Projects, Saatchi Gallery, as well numerous national and international exhibitions. Berkeley lives and works in Brooklyn , New York.
Exhibition open through October 27.
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