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Photo courtesy of Dontrius Williams

This collection of work focuses on highlighting artists and creators in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The real movers and shakers of the city who deserve more recognition. The effects of the pandemic and adjustments to a new way of living are seen throughout the work. All images were made with a large format Speed Graphic 4x5 film camera.

Dontrius Williams is a film photographer living and working in Fort Worth. Much of his work documents people, street scenes and incredibly unique situations through a variety of analog cameras and processes. He is a visual historian exploring and capturing the beauty of the here and now. Often times depicting people, places, and residential artists that have energized a contemporary art scene in Fort Worth. He captures raw situations alongside beautiful portraits that tell of a city’s large demographic and community, all of which will go into his digital and physical history book through social media and self-published photo books.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through June 25.

This collection of work focuses on highlighting artists and creators in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The real movers and shakers of the city who deserve more recognition. The effects of the pandemic and adjustments to a new way of living are seen throughout the work. All images were made with a large format Speed Graphic 4x5 film camera.

Dontrius Williams is a film photographer living and working in Fort Worth. Much of his work documents people, street scenes and incredibly unique situations through a variety of analog cameras and processes. He is a visual historian exploring and capturing the beauty of the here and now. Often times depicting people, places, and residential artists that have energized a contemporary art scene in Fort Worth. He captures raw situations alongside beautiful portraits that tell of a city’s large demographic and community, all of which will go into his digital and physical history book through social media and self-published photo books.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through June 25.

This collection of work focuses on highlighting artists and creators in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The real movers and shakers of the city who deserve more recognition. The effects of the pandemic and adjustments to a new way of living are seen throughout the work. All images were made with a large format Speed Graphic 4x5 film camera.

Dontrius Williams is a film photographer living and working in Fort Worth. Much of his work documents people, street scenes and incredibly unique situations through a variety of analog cameras and processes. He is a visual historian exploring and capturing the beauty of the here and now. Often times depicting people, places, and residential artists that have energized a contemporary art scene in Fort Worth. He captures raw situations alongside beautiful portraits that tell of a city’s large demographic and community, all of which will go into his digital and physical history book through social media and self-published photo books.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through June 25.

WHEN

WHERE

Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.artsfortworth.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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