Black and white prints are the name of the game this December as
Home Space Gallery
shows work by three Louisiana transplants:
Kevin Kline, Eddie Lanieri and Terrence Sanders.
Kevin Kline, a self-taught photographer who concentrates primarily on portraits of people unique to New Orleans has lived here for the last 15 years. Even when slightly haunting, the spirit he captures in his subjects mirrors a mood some feel is found only at our bend in the Mississippi. He is showing at Home Space for the second time and was also in the Photo Alliance “Critters” show last summer.
Eddie Lanieri earned her MFA in photography at FSU before heading to Italy for a few years where she worked with Arnold Newman and also exhibited her work. She now teaches her craft at SELU. Eddie will be showing images of female impersonators that question the implication of gender perception and roles.
Terrence Sanders, another New York native, will be showing work from a new body of work “…with right hand to God and eyes to man”. Sanders shot this series of hand and face portraits to emulate the symbolic gesture of telling the truth, which is supposedly witnessed before God”. This series also involved the services of a professional palm reader.
1126 St. Roch Ave. (one block off of St. Claude)