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BREATHE

tr smith

SEPTEMBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2021

Over the past year, COVID-19 variants have taken the lives of so many world-wide; about one out of every 250 people in my neighborhood: Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. In the spring of 2021, as restrictions are gradually lifted, these photographs attempt to grasp those absences; to confront the emptiness that lingers as we learn to live, share, and breathe again.

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At mid-summer 2021 the case rate here remains higher than in greater New York City, the test rate is lower, and the vaccinated percentage also lower, but slowly improving. Hospitalizations for COVID-19 have been declining dramatically through the year but in recent weeks are rising again probably due to the scourge of the Delta variant and the unvaccinated people who are defenseless before it.

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I have taken to going out in my neighborhood an hour or so before dawn, drawn to every source of light like a moth, desperate for a sense of life, of community, walking the mostly empty streets, keeping my distance from others, feeling more open to the outdoors, yet still isolated and numb, moving silently through the pre-dawn streets, ghost-like, or perhaps vampire-like, trying to absorb the calamity that is still here, still raging.

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tr smith is a Brooklyn based photographer whose work is primarily concerned with the diversity, depth, and energy of his adopted city and its people. He uses photography to sharpen his appreciation of his surroundings at home, at work in Manhattan, and travelling between the two, with the occasional foray to more distant places.

EXHIBITIONS

tr smith

SOLO

Dodho Magazine Online Gallery – 2021

GROUP

Praxis Photo Arts Center – The Streets; Honorable Mention 2021

Soho Photo Gallery, New York, NY – National Competition, 2021 – three photos

PhotoPlace Gallery – Composed 2021

Soho Photo Gallery, New York, NY – National Competition, 2019

PhotoPlace Gallery – Intentional Spaces

The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado

1650 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Soho Photo Gallery, New York, NY – Krappy Kamera Competition: Three times, including a First Place award with a second photo also included and an Honorable Mention award

Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, Brooklyn, NY – twice

International Center for Photography, New York, NY – juried student show

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