Photoshopping: New Detroit lens group kicks off new gallery scene with opening and sale
Russell Industrial Center
Detroit League of Photographers
This first exhibition and sale of by a group called the Detroit League of Photographers (we like the name, too) looks too good to pass up. Part of the Art Detroit Now, it includes two
evenings of images, music (by DJ Liz Larin) and cocktails in an intimate
studio space setting inside the Russell Industrial Center
. DLOP is a mix of 13 professional and amateur photographers that formed a group to share ideas and improve and grow as photographers. The studio was founded
by Ted Fines, Bobby Alcott
and Brett Lawrence
The images on display and for sale are by Keith Burgess, Bethany
Helzer, Paul Hitzelberger
, Vanessa Miller, Eric Peoples
Sandelius, Ryan Southen, Christian Spencer
(photo of Hotel Yorba and masthead featuring Belle Isle's MacArthur Bridge are his), Spike, Rob Terwilliger, Fines
, Alcott and Lawrence.
Friday and Saturday, October 2-3, 7 p.m. The DLOP studio on the west end of the second floor of Russell Industrial Center's Building 2, 1600 Clay Avenue, Detroit.