HRY SPACE Talk: "World as I See It"

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On May 10th from 6:30-8:30 pm, HRY SPACE in collaboration with SIMPL MAG will be hosting HRY SPACE Talk under the theme:

"World as I See It"

Food & drinks will be provided at the event reception, the talk starts at 6:30 pm sharp.

HRY SPACE Talk is an integral programming of HRY SPACE, for which we bring industry leading individuals together in a room filled with artworks from a generation of artists that are radically reshaping the contemporary art scene, hearing them share their experiences and ideas on their own works, and how we collectively move forward to drive positive impact for millennial culture worldwide.

Henry Hargreaves (@henry_hargreaves_photo)


Henry Hargreaves is a Brooklyn-based artist and food photographer.

Hargreaves learned photography techniques from speaking with photographers and experimented with his own set. He works out of a studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and shoots for clients such as Ralph Lauren, NY Magazine, GQ, National Geographic, Boucheron, The New York Times, and Sagmeister. In 2010, he published the book 3DD: A 3-D Celebration of Breasts followed by 3DD Deluxe: Bigger and Better in 2011. He also photographed the Jack's Wife Freda cookbook Hargreaves uses food as a medium in his photo series, including: Burning Calories,Food of the Rainbow, Mark Rice-Ko, Jello-O presidents, Edible Subway, Bacon Alphabet, and No Seconds. Other still life photo series include Zen of Yoda, Deep-Fried Gadgets, and Game Over. Hargreaves featured his photography in exhibitions at the MAXXI in Rome The Venice Biennale, Herter Gallery at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, The Lunch Box Gallery in Miami, Florida, and Precinct 35 in New Zealand. Henry Hargreaves also makes short animated videos.

Dino Kužnik (@dinokuznik):


Dino Kužnik is a New York based Photographer and Graphic Designer, originally from Slovenia, Europe. He uses photography as a medium to immortalize scenes that are aesthetically unique, with an emphasis on color and composition. Solitude is a driving factor behind Dino's photographs. His work reflects a peaceful state of mind, one only attainable after total immersion within the environment he works in. Experienced as a journalistic photographer and retoucher, he now mostly focuses on his personal body of work – a documentation of the American Landscape, whilst experimenting with different techniques.

KangHee Kim (@tinycactus):


Photographer Kanghee Kim was born in Seoul, South Korea and recieved her B.F.A degree from Maryland Institute College of Art. She juxtaposes day-to-day moments to create scenes that peek into an alternate world, subtly placing faux reflections in coils of cable or in the streak of a rear windshield. The Brooklyn-based photographer’s manipulations come from the desire to manifest magical moments in the mundane, using post-production edits as an additional artistic medium within her work.

Ben Zank (@benzank):


Ben Zank is a New York based visual artist. Working spontaneously, Zank uses location and the intricacies of a landscape to build a dialogue between people and the space they fill. His work has often been described as surreal, whimsical, and humorous.

This artists panel talk is co-organized by Kristina Bao (@ikilledkristina).

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