IMPOSSIBLE HUMANS: THE INTERNATIONAL COLLECTION
On view March 3 – April 9, 2017
Entrance to McMahon Gallery (Open Daily 9:00am-8:00pm)
Exhibition Reception: Friday, March 10, 5:00-7:00pm
“Labels are for cans, not people.” – Andy Warhol
Impossible Humans is a new kind of photographic event.
The main goal of the Impossible Humans project is to focus on the single person in order to enhance uniqueness and singularity, harmoniously placing the subject in her/his own environment, following the key component of the mindset that carried the European culture from the Middle Ages to Renaissance blossoming.
In short, the idea is to portray individuals detached from mass standards, cataloguing, and divisions created by social, cultural, and religious identities.
To place the single person in a perfectly multi-ethnic and multi-cultural environment.
Thus, Impossible Humans revolves around the portraiture of people; their uniqueness and personalities, enhancing our awareness of being each and all humans in every respect, each with our own with flaws, passions, emotions and dreams.
©Impossible Humans is a project and photographic action by the New Era Museum ideated and curated by Andrea Bigiarini