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Black and white photography up next for Delta Photo Club

Levy is a Mexican photographer committed to portraying the human condition.
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The Delta Photo Club presents "The Human Condition through Black and White Photography" by internationally acclaimed photographic artist Moisés Levy. Photo courtesy Moisés Levy

The Delta Photo Club presents The Human Condition through Black and White Photography by internationally acclaimed photographic artist Moisés Levy on Wednesday, March 6 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. via Zoom.

Levy is a Mexican photographer committed to portraying the human condition. Having done numerous exhibitions and bountiful work, Levy has become a contemporary storyteller. His international portfolio includes the USA, Canada, Europe, India, Russia, and his beloved Mexico. After more than 20 years with a camera, he is rightly considered a light artist.

He was born, raised, and lives in Mexico, working as an architect and photographer.

“I always need to express myself visually,” he says. “I like to freeze special moments, sometimes it is a movement or a gesture, something funny, or a hidden message; moments that talk about life in a beautiful way. I spend a lot of time searching and waiting for special moments.”

His work is about people, preferring to capture anonymous subjects. He works with backlight to create high contrast black and white minimalist images in a more graphic sense. He uses very low angles in places with almost no distractions like beaches and open spaces for his timeless images of the human condition.

To attend this workshop, become a member of the Delta Photo Club by filling out the membership form at: http://deltaphotoclub.com/member-sign-up-form or come as a guest by e-transferring $10 to: treasurer_membership@deltaphotoclub.com.