Bank hosts works of filmmaker and photographer
As part of an ongoing exhibit series to support local artists and photographers, the photography of New Canaan resident Dutch Doscher will be on view at The Bank of New Canaan's Elm Street branch from Monday, June 4, through the end of August.
The community is invited to view the exhibit any time between the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. The public is also invited to attend an opening reception for the artist at the Bank's Elm Street offices on Tuesday, June 5, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
"The show is a selection of the best images from my picture a day `365 Project' last year," Doscher said. "Many of the images were taken in and around New Canaan."
The photos are all framed iPhone shots, edited on the iPhone. Some of the photos took days or even weeks to get right, and have been specifically printed for the bank event. Doscher recently spoke at Apple, Google and Digitas on the emergence of mobile technology. His prints have been featured at Arthaus in San Francisco, OCCA in Orange County and the Digital Art Gallery in Soho. Doscher was a finalist for both Project Greenlight and Fox's On The Lot and had a movie that went to Cannes in 2010. Visit www.dutchdoscher.com.
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