BHSU assistant professor to exhibit in New York's SoHo Gallery

Author: BHSU Communications/Friday, January 29, 2016/Categories: 2016

Jerry Rawlings, assistant professor of mass communication at Black Hills State University, had two photographs accepted into the 2016 International Krappy Kamera Competition at the SoHo Gallery in New York City.

Black Hills State University professor, Jerry Rawlings, has been juried into the 2016 International Krappy Kamera Competition at the SoHo Gallery in New York City.

Rawlings, assistant professor of mass communication at BHSU, submitted two photographs to the exhibit, which showcases extraordinary images made with what Rawlings calls a toy camera.

The two images, "Painted Hills" and "The Corrals," were taken with a small Lomography camera, which Rawlings said has plastic lenses and uses non-digital film for processing.

"This is a wonderful opportunity to exhibit in such a prominent gallery in New York's SoHo district," says Rawlings. "I think it is also significant because the exhibition demonstrates that the power of photography lies within the photographer and not with the equipment they use."

The "Krappy Kamera" exhibition will run March 2 through April 2 at the SoHo Gallery.
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