SF Wire, June 2012
Traina’s Photo Exhibit Gets Real

Photography is an open invitation to visit a time, a place, a moment, which only exists within the few seconds the camera shutter opens and closes. The specific details which help create that moment – the light, the feeling in the room, the relationship between the photographer and subject – is all so fleeting, yet when masterfully captured has the ability to resonate far beyond its time. Trevor Traina’s 100-piece collection is a unique cross-section of contemporary photography that does just that – makes a lasting imprint. From the iconic, intimate black & white images of Diane Arbus, to the sensational mass-scale color works of Andreas Gursky – the exhibit definitely encapsulates a dynamic range of work that had me stopping in my tracks.

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