Cheryl Dunn’s ‘Sometimes the Answer’

by Ken HarmanPosted on

Following her contribution to the recent and seminal Art in the Streets exhibit, photographer and filmmaker Cheryl Dunn is soon slated to open a showing of photography at Ivory and Black in London’s Soho. The artist’s documentation of youth culture was an integral aspect to the Beautiful Losers exhibit/book and her work has been featured at Deitch Projects and the Tate Modern. For ‘Sometimes the Answer,’ Dunn will be compiling images spanning her thirty year career, opening March 24th.

The show will also serve as the inaugural exhibit for the new gallery space, who already has on their roster a veritable who’s-who of new contemporary artists such as James Jean, Andrew Schoultz, Richard Colman and more. Hi-Fructose has received an exclusive preview of four images that will be on view for the exhibit, check out her portraits of Dash Snow, Iggy Pop and Banksy, below.

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