JOHN SEXTON EXHIBITION
REFLECTIONS ON NATURE IN BLACK AND WHITE
SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
DECEMBER 2013 - FEBRUARY 2014
Departures - Level 2 - Pre-Security
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I am pleased to announce an exhibition of my photographs at the SFO Museum at San Francisco International Airport. The exhibition, Reflections On Nature in Black and White, consists of twelve 16x20 silver gelatin prints, and was curated by Ramekon O'Arwisters of the SFO Museum.The prints will be on display through February 28, 2014.
If you are visiting San Francisco International Airport, and have time, please drop by to see the exhibition. It is located in Terminal 2 on the Departures level. It is before security screening, so if you want to stop in just to see the show, it's not a problem. If, however, you are flying through SFO you would have to leave security to see the prints, and then go through the security screening process again - something I would not recommend doing!
You can learn more about the exhibition, and see a slide show of the images, at the SFO Museum web site, I have included a simple map showing the gallery location below.
The SFO Museum began in 1980 as a collaboration between the San Francisco Airport Commission and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. The program was accredited by the American Alliance of Museums in 1999, becoming the first and only accredited museum to be located in an airport. The SFO Museum features more than twenty galleries throughout the Airport terminals displaying a rotating schedule of art, history, science, and cultural exhibitions. I am honored to have my photographs included in their exhibition program.
Anne and I want to wish all of you a Happy Holiday season, and a wonderful 2014.