Film Por Vida: A Print Exchange Program

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Film Por Vida: A Print Exchange Program

200 South 561 West
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
January 20th, 2012 - March 10th, 2012
Opening: January 20th, 2012 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

United States


We are blown away with the amount of support we have received, and to keep the ball rolling, we would like to invite you to come celebrate our 6 month anniversary with an exclusive international exhibit: Film Por Vida: A Print Exchange Program.

The Film Por Vida print exchange program is an international exchange of photographic prints through the mail by over 200 photographers from around the world. Inspired by Ray Johnson and the New York Correspondence School.

In the last 6 years Jai Tanju has sent out thousands of photos to photographers, film lovers and artists. In return receiving over 1500 pieces of mail that will be exhibited along with  26 framed photographs by: Joe Brook, Tobin Yelland,  Sam Milianta, Jeff Griffin, Matt Winskowski, Sean Winskowski,Adam Dorobiala, Tim Irwin, Dave Schubert Dan Boulton, Takeshi Abe, B. Fonville, J.Siegel, Jai Tanju, Ken Nagahara, Weston Colton, Brad Westcot,  Greg Hunt, Dennis McGrath, Bryce Kanights, Amanda Lopez,  Isaac Randozzi, Mark Whiteley, Dave Franklin, Kingsley Ifill, Phil Jackson, Eric Antoine, Fabrizio Biviano,  and Espen Stokke.

Also including additional local SLC Photographers:
Zuzanna Audette, Jeff Yeats, Ryan Muirhead, Teresa Flowers, Bob Plumb, Jordan Huntington, Karalee Kuchar, Chris Swainston, Angela Brown, Greg Hebard, Duston Todd, and many others.

Film Por Vida has received a lot of media attention including VICE Magazine. The Touring exhibit has been on display in New York, California, London, and now Salt Lake City!

So What can you expect to see on January 20th at the SLC Photo Collective? We are excited to hang thousands of images ranging from loose prints, to large scale framed work. We will be creating a few large collage pieces as part of a permanent addition to the gallery. We have been working hard to further update the interior of the gallery with more interactive elements.

Come celebrate with us and see all of the new additions on January 20th 2012 from 7:00 PM to 12 AM.

This is a FREE event, open to the public and community at large.