Ed Kashi in SF Bay Area: Events this week

Don’t miss the chance to hear Ed Kashi speak, or better yet, take a workshop from this passionate photojournalist. Here’s an overview of his upcoming events in the San Francisco area:

An exhibition of photographs from Ed Kashi’s most recent project “CURSE OF THE BLACK GOLD: Fifty Years of Oil in the Niger Delta” will be on view November 5th – December 6th at the RayKo Gallery; opening reception this Friday, November 7th, from 6-8 p.m.  TWO ADDITIONAL EXHIBITIONS ALSO OPENING THAT EVENING AT RAYKO:

Interior Relations” Portraits of female domestic workers in South Africa by IAN VAN COLLER

and:

Crude Reflections/Cruda Realidad: Oil, Ruin and Resistance in the Amazon Rainforest” by LOU DEMATTEIS and KAYANA SZYMCZAK

All three exhibitions are on view at Rayko through December 6th.

Ed Kashi is giving a workshop sponsored by FOTOVISION on November 8/9, held at Orange Photography in SF

on Wednesday, November 12th, Ed will be participating in a “Africa Table Lecture” with Professor Michael Watts, contributing author to Ed’s book The Curse of The Black Gold. This event is sponsored Stanford University’s Division of International, Comparative & Area Studies, Center for African Studies at Stanford and will be held in the Goldman Conference Room, 4th Floor, 216 Encina Hall West in Stanford. (650) 736-1321.
Finally, Ed will give a lecture on Friday, November 15th from 2-5 p.m. at the San Francisco Public Library‘s Koret Auditorium, 100 Larkin Street, SF (415 557 4400).

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