Portraits of Struggle, a selection of photographs spanning four decades by award winning photographer and activist Orin Langelle.
An opening reception with the artist will take place on Friday, January 26, 2018 from 7-10pm.
Orin Langelle’s new exhibit, Portraits of Struggle, captures the efforts of people striving for justice all over the globe.
Langelle’s photographs record a wide range of topics, cultures, ecosystems and geographies. From rebel territory behind military lines in Chiapas, Mexico, to the front lines of protests against the World Bank, G-8 and other bodies of economic control, his work uses the power of photojournalism to expose social and ecological injustice by showcasing struggles of communities, activists, workers and Indigenous Peoples–against racism, war, ecological devastation, climatic disruption, economic domination, human rights abuses and the oppression of women.
His work invites the viewer to not only learn about these struggles, but to be inspired to get involved.