Urbex Playground - The exhibition

Urbex Playground - The exhibition

From November 14 to December 10, 2017

Urbex Playground - The exhibition

Urbex Playground is proud to present its first photo exhibition from November 14 to December 10, 2017 at the Ted T. Katz Family Trust Gallery located inside the Centaur Theater. Entrance to the exhibition is free..

Urbex Playground - The exhibition

About the exhibition

Presented as part of the play The 39 Steps, the Urbex Playground exhibition by Jarold Dumouchel is a continuity in the atmosphere created around the Alfred Hitchcock's movie. Directed by Eda Holmes, the play takes place in a set in the faded glamour of an aging theatre.

About Jarold Dumouchel

For more than a decade, Jarold Dumouchel has explored the atmospheres created by the rust and dust that invade these abandoned buildings all around us. He practices Urbex, a photographic discipline that focuses on abandoned or unoccupied places for a long time. He applies the principles of the urbex of not touching anything, while leaving behind only his footsteps in the dust.
 
For the Urbex Playground exhibition, he presents 13 photos on large canvas that recalls a heritage for these building which today we have, unfortunately, very little compassion.

 

Schedule

The exhibition runs from November 14 to December 10, 2017 at the Ted T. Katz Family Trust Gallery located inside the Centaur Theater.

  • Vernissage: Saturday 11 November 2017 - 5 pm
  • 12-5PM:  Sun. & Mon.
  • 12PM to Showtime: Tues. - Sat.

 

Free entrace

 

You can also get tickets to the play via the Centaur website by clicking here.

 

 

 

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