Sat, Mar 31 | 208 Jackson St

Artist Talk with Abraham Menor for Things Sacred

Abraham Menor's pieces in his current solo exhibition is full of hidden meanings and messages. Come join us in picking the artist's brain for what lies beneath the surface and behind the glass of these black and white compositions.
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Artist Talk with Abraham Menor for Things Sacred

Time & Location

Mar 31, 2018, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
208 Jackson St, 208 Jackson St, San Jose, CA 95112, USA

About The Event

Abraham Menor is a community organizer/worker and photographer based in San Jose, California.

With a background in sociology and a love for photography, Menor realized that he can combine the two together. The result is photography that analyzes and examines human social behavior and society. In the past, he has documented various social and political movements such as the anti-war movement, the Filipino World War II Veterans Equity Movement, the Silence the Violence Day, and the Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Train March. Menor also documents Hip Hop culture and the different sub-culture of the streets. These two cultures have greatly influenced the manner in which Menor captures and documents an image. As a participant and observer, Menor is able to capture moments that are fresh and raw yet honest and real.

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