ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
John Robert Lewis was an American civil rights leader and politician who worked in the United States House of Representatives. Often called "one of the most courageous persons the Civil Rights Movement ever produced," John Lewis dedicated his life to protecting human rights, securing civil liberties, and building what he called "The Beloved Community” in America. Throughout the course of his life, John Lewis was a dedicated advocate of the philosophy of nonviolence and was arrested more than 40 times and endured physical attacks and injuries. The Perfect Exposure Gallery proudly presents a limited online photo exhibit in loving memory of John Lewis.
6x9 prints matted on a 11x14 frame
ABOUT THE GALLERY
The Perfect Exposure Gallery is the recognized venue in Southern California to display the work of award winning and accomplished photojournalists as well as works of photographers that regard artistry and craftsmanship as a standard of excellence. The mission of the Perfect Exposure Gallery is to present exhibits free of charge to the general public with the following goals to exemplify the rich variety and impact of photography, freedom of expression, a forum for the aesthetic, the contemptible and the sublime.
Exhibition dates: Tuesday 28, July 2020 to Tuesday 4, August 2020