‘Anything Goes’ At The EV Gallery Photography Exhibit

EV Gallery is excited to present Anything Goes, an exhibit that joins together present and former LaGuardia Community College students to celebrate their passion for photography and their need to communicate and find some semblance of sanity in an increasingly insane world. This eclectic mix of personalities and styles culminates in a chaotic body of work in the tradition of the DIY ethos. Photographers: Maylyn ‘Zero’ Iglesias, Eric Fennell, Judyta Grudzien, Diva Martinez, Josue Mendoza, Jeremy Orozco, Shoshana Soleyn, Phillip Thompson and Summer WalkerAnything Goes opened March 6th and ends Saturday March 11th.

Location: EV Gallery 621 E 11th St. (Between avenues B and C )

Trains: Off the L train 1st Ave stop

Gallery times:
3/9 – 4-8pm

3/10 – 6-9pm (music performance at 7pm)

3/11 – 6-9pm (album release at 8pm)

https://evgallery.art/anything-goes/

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