Photography Works

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Photography Works
Curated by: Clover Barrett

338 Atlantic Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11201
September 30th, 2012 - November 11th, 2012
Opening: October 12th, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

718 625-2121
Wed - Sun 12 noon - 6pm; Closed Mon and Tues
photography, mixed-media, digital, graffiti/street-art, conceptual, modern


Clover's Fine Art Gallery is pleased to present Photography Works, an eclectic mix of styles and mediums in photography art. 

Participating Artists:

Carlos R. Couto: Couto, a documentary photographer living in New York City, is a veteran of the U.S. Army.  Couto’s passion in photography is for capturing the small, forgotten moments of daily life and the subtle, but sublime, details so rarely noticed.  Carlos is originally from Portugal.

Alexia Innis:  Multifaceted Jamaican-born artist, Alexia Innis studied Visual Arts & Art History at Columbia University. Her photographs deal with human emotion, memory and storytelling. In her body of work Land of Wood & Springs & More, strength of character and fierce hope emanate from her photographs of rural Jamaica. 

Anna Gabriela Malta: Brazilian artist, Anna Gabriela Malta, search to make a difference through photography is represented in her documentary project Finding Self Through Poetry which captures teenagers in the Power Writing Program at University Heights High School in Bronx, New York.

Régine Romain: Photo-anthro-journalist, Régine Romain is of Haitian descent.  In Portraits for Self Determining Haiti, Régine showcases vibrant photographs of Haiti just three weeks after the calamitous January 2012 earthquake.  Faith, dignity, honor and respect are displayed in the photographs.

Heidi E. Russell: Russell’s passion for photography and cultures comes directly from her passion for light. She strives to capture the hidden messages that light professes both from traditional sources as well as from within. Russell specializes in capturing full-frame, non-manipulated imageries. A native New Yorker, Russell showcases her love for the city in Perspectives of New York.

Diana Divine Williams: Brooklyn-based photographer and visual artist, Diana Divine Williams is of Trinidadian descent. This artist, whose works have been recognized and published, shares her documentary Occupy Wall Street in this exhibition.


Clover’s Fine Art Gallery is particularly committed to promoting a greater awareness and appreciation of the art and artists of the Caribbean.