On Exhibit in the Gallery...

 

Light Beings

LIGHT BEINGS

PHOTOGRAPHY BY

LOUIS HENRI PINGITORE

 

The son of a U.S. diplomat, Pingitore was born in 1963 in Paris, France. His childhood was spent living in far -flung outposts in places like Somalia, Algeria, Pakistan, and Haiti. In between, his family year’s post at home base in Washington, D.C.

As an adult, Pingitore has traveled widely, visiting countries as diverse as Cuba, India, Chile, Indonesia and Kenya. In 1989, he made his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he now lives with his wife Oksana, their son Victor, daughter Zaida, and their two cats.

An avid photographer since childhood, Pingitore had a breakthrough in 2009 when he developed a new photographic expression of light. He has studied extensively under the artist-instructor Remy Dubois at FACIL-Art, a Cambridge-based, French-American language and art collaborative. Dubois has praised Pingitore’s work as “hauntingly beautiful,” and declared that Pingitore “has created a new form of photography.” A review by Gallery 263 (Cambridge) has called Pingitore’s work “absolutely stunning.”

Pingitore is a member of Cambridge Art Association, North Cambridge Arts Association and the Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston. He has exhibited widely in the Boston Metro area in commercial galleries, libraries, hospitals, and high-profile office buildings since 2011. He founded Color Scape Studio in October 2012 where his work can be seen.

Exhibit runs to MAY 11, 2016

 

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This exhibit would not be possible without assistance from the Friends of the Bedford Public Library.


Arts Steering Committee

Jean Hammond
Astrid Reischwitz
Carol Rissman


Exhibit Hours :

Monday-Thursday 9-9 Friday 9-6
Saturday 9-5
Sundays 1-5
(closed Sundays from Mother's Day through Labor Day)


Special thanks...

The exhibits and the receptions are sponsored by the Arts Steering Committee, the Friends of the Library and the Bedford Free Public Library.