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RomePhotoBlog Photo Exhibit, January 23 at Gloss

Posted on Jan 16, 2009 | 5 comments

We’re one week away and as those of you who have been reading the blog for awhile know, I’m having a photo show at Gloss at very cool bar near Largo Argentina. I just picked up the photos all mounted properly and they look fantastic (thanks to Il Disegno in Piazza degli Zingari for doing a speedy and quality job). For everyone who just started reading and is located in Rome, I do hope you’ll stop by to see the photos and introduce yourselves. Regular posts will resume tomorrow or Sunday, but for now, here is the information on the show. Have a great weekend!

Manchiamo una settimana e quelli che leggono il mio blog da tempo fa sanno già che faccio una mostra fotografica a Gloss, un bar molto bello vicino Largo Argentina. Ho appena tirato le foto tutte montate e sono bellissime (grazie tanto a Il Disegno in Piazza degli Zingari. Hanno fatto un lavoro di qualità e velocità). Per tutti i lettori nuovi da Roma, spero che veniate a vedere le foto e presentarvi. Continuo con le foto normale domani o dopodomani ma per adesso, ecco tutte le informazioni per la mostra. Buon weekend!

RomePhotoBlog Exhibit
produced by Art&Beat
Gloss
via Monte della Farina 34-44
(behind Largo Argentina)
opening January 23 at 7 pm

If you have Facebook, you can RSVP here.

5 Comments

  1. Oooh good luck with your exhibition opening. Be sure to post some photos of how it looks when it is hung. How long will it be running ?

  2. Thanks so much Starry. I will definitely do a post with pictures of them all hung and the opening as well. They’ll stay up until the following Thursday, as another artist will be having their opening the following Friday. A very cool initiative to get people’s art on display, I think.

  3. Very cool, Jessica! Congratulations! Looking forward to see how everything is displayed! 🙂

  4. The poster looks so professional-good luck-wish we could be there-take lots of photos at Gloss

  5. It would be a good time to be in Rome now. Unfortunately I am not. Good luck with your exhibition opening! ~Andreas

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