300 W. Superior
Chicago, IL 60654
Carlo Heathcote and Tamarkin Camera will give an Artist Talk in The Rangefinder Gallery, and then take us on a photo walk, where he teaches our small groups about his technique, his style and his process.
Local Leica photographer Carlo Heathcote has lived in many countries and has studied at 11 different schools in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, UK, Venezuela, and Brazil. His photographic journey began in 1982 when he purchased his first camera in New York City, and he continues to pursue his interest in photography. Recently, Carlo documented the plight and hopes of the Afghan people after the fall of the Taliban regime. His Afghan images were later published and exhibited at the French Parliament, and the Afghan Embassy in Paris and Australia.
This is a wonderful opportunity to learn from - and shoot alongside of - a local pro.
- The Artist Talk begins at 11:00 a.m. here in the Rangefinder Gallery at Tamarkin Camera, and are Free to all. We strongly recommend reservations, especially if you want a seat.
- The Photo Walk includes an informal box lunch here in the gallery, from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. or so, and costs $45 per person (or $80 per couple).
- You do not need to own a camera – you can use a Tamarkin Camera Leica camera if you wish... just let us know ahead of time.
- During the walk we’ll get the opportunity to have “face time” with accomplished and traveled photographers. Each Photo Walk is strictly limited to 12 participants so that we all have the chance to ask questions and get feedback.
Call 312-642-2255 to sign up.
Or, e-mail us at email@example.com
Image: Image courtesy of Rangefinder Gallery