In the tradition of modern street photography, Brock Brake is finding places for you to get access to. Sometimes these are physical locations, like under a cavernous underpass and skateboarder hangout at the moment when a police officer is looking at you. Other places are more luminous and ethereal – a singular plane overhead framed by high rise angles flat against the sky. No matter the place he takes you, there is a certain emotional power and a singularity of the experience as you travel in the urban landscape.
Brock Brake “Roger’s Hand” (photo © Brock Brake)
Featured tonight as one of the new artists who have been in the White Walls / Shooting Gallery ecosystem, it is good to see a talent developing and getting recognition among his peers. Brock has contributed his photos focusing on others work in the streets here on BSA a number of times, so it is a pleasure to see these shots that highlight his unique perspective.
If you are in San Francisco tonight, check out his photos at this very strong group show celebrating the 11th anniversary of the Shooting Gallery that surveys the contemporary and street influenced artists who have made this spot hot for more than a decade.
Brock Brake “Jesse and Cop” (photo © Brock Brake)
Brock Brake “Roger” (photo © Brock Brake)
Brock Brake “Night Plane” (photo © Brock Brake)
Brock Brake “Fog” (photo © Brock Brake)
Shooting Gallery’s 11 year anniversary show An Even Eleven opens today in San Francisco, CA. Click HERE for more details on this show.
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