9/6: RCC’s Reskinoff Gallery presents Lou Jones’ “Road Warrior”; 9/12: Artist Reception

Road Warrior Photo Exhibition 9.5 - 10.10 at RCC

Road Warrior Photo Exhibition 9.5 – 10.10 at RCC

Resnikoff Gallery at Roxbury Community College presents “Road Warrior: Pictorial Scenes from around the World” an exhibition created by photographer Lou Jones. Lou Jones will open the exhibition season with his installation of Road Warrior, curated by Mirta Tocci. The exhibit is comprised of scenes from his extensive photography road trips from around the world. Lou Jones regularly opens the season in Roxbury Community College’s Joan Resnikoff Gallery. The exhibition will be on display from September 5th through October 10th.

For those who would like to meet and speak with Lou Jones, there will be an Artist’s Reception on September 12th at 6:00PM in the Resnikoff Gallery. The reception is free and open to the public.

Lou Jones’ eclectic career has evolved from commercial to the personal. It has spanned every format, film type, artistic

Lou Jones, Photographer, former RCC Faculty

Lou Jones, Photographer, former RCC Faculty

movement and technological change. He maintains a studio in Boston, Massachusetts and has photographed for Fortune 500 corporations including Federal Express, Nike and the Barr Foundation; completed assignments for magazines and publishers all over the world such as Time/Life, National Geographic and Paris Match; initiated long term projects on the civil wars in Central America, death row, Olympic Games and pregnancy; and published multiple books including Final Exposure: Portraits from Death Row, Travel & Photography: Off the Charts and the recently released second edition of Speedlights & Speedlites: Creative Flash Photography at Lightspeed. Jones’ work is included in collections at the Smithsonian Institution, DeCordova Museum, Fogg Museum, the African American Museum in Philadelphia, Wellesley College and the University of Texas. Lou was a formally on the faculty at Roxbury Community College.

For more information, please call 617-541-5380. The exhibit is free and open to the public and is wheelchair accessible.

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