Skulski Gallery To Feature Three Man Photographic Show

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Photographic work by Jan Bogdanski (courtesy of the Skulski Gallery)

CLARK — The Skulski Art Gallery of the Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark will present a photographic show featuring works of three photographers, Jan Bogdanski, Frederick Dammont and Roman Demko, from May 11 to 31.

There will be a free opening reception on Friday, May 11 from 8-10 p.m. The public is welcome, and refreshments will be served. An added attraction for the opening will be a short performance by Robert Argasinski, a 13-year-old piano virtuoso and student of Sophia Agranovich Julliard School graduate.

Bogdanski studied the arts and sciences at Clark University in Worcester, Mass., graduating with a degree in psychology. After teaching for a short period of time he was published twice in the “Best of Photography” (1989 and 1990). Weekly meetings at the Cranford Camera Club maintained his interest in taking pictures. More recently Bogdanski has had photographs reviewed by the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Dammont, a professional physicist and award-winning amateur photographer, is veteran of over 50 solo and numerous group print shows. His preferred medium are 35mm color slides, which he uses for the presentation of photographic essays reflection the more photogenic nature, cultural or aesthetic aspects, characteristic for the geographic areas visited in the course of his world-wide travels. In the impressionist mode, Dammont uses extensively color as a basic part of his compositions.

Demko, born in Lviv, Ukraine, is an architect by profession, and a photographer by passion since 1975. For many years he is holding a position as Interior Designer of Sacred Architecture for Rambusch Company. He has exhibited his photographic work at Ukrainian Cultural Center in Philadelphia, Pa. in 1999, Fleet Bank, Jersey City in 2001, Skulski Art Gallery in 2002 and 2009 and in Watchung Center in 2005.

The Polish Cultural Foundation, non-profit organization is located at 177 Broadway, Clark, just off of Garden State Parkway Exit 135. The Skulski Art Gallery is open Monday – Friday from 5 – 9 p.m.


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