Coucou: A Fashion Retrospective of NYC Designers, The Blonds Exhibition
CEPA is excited to announce the opening of Coucou: A Fashion Retrospective of NYC Designers, The Blonds, an exhibition by Cheryl Gorski. There will be an opening reception on Ocotber 7, 2022 from 5-8 pm. The show is taking place in the historic Market Arcade Building located at 617 Main St in Buffalo and will run until November 19, 2022.
Peekaboo! Sneak a peek inside the world of New York designers Phillipe and David Blonde through Cheryl Gorski’s fashion documentary photography. Over the last decade, Gorski has used her uncanny ability to capture emotion through a fashion lens to record the innovative collections of The Blonds. She never forces smiles, loves classic B&W, and uses her height as an advantage point and defining style. Gorski’s dynamic and captivating imagery features in the newly released book, The Blonds: Glamour, Fashion, Fantasy. The book is available for purchase anywhere books are sold, including Amazon.
Cheryl Gorski is a New York-based photographer known for her fashion, backstage, front row, event, portraiture, and concert photography. A graduate of The Buffalo Academy for Visual & Performing Arts, she fully embraced the art of photography during her formative years. In the early ’90s, Gorski attended London Fashion Week, where she photographed legendary supermodels and had the honor to meet Vidal Sassoon and Boy George. This experience influenced Gorski’s fashion career and made her into the photographer and publisher she is today. Her photographic archive spans over two decades in the fashion industry. She will continue to photograph beautiful people in beautiful places and attend fabulous parties. You can view Gorski’s Instagram (@theofficialfashionmaniac) and fashion site at www.fashionmaniac.com and check out The Scene tab to see all the action at New York Fashion Week.
CEPA Gallery would like to thank our sponsors for helping make this exhibition possible, Joy of Giving Something Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts, and Erie County.