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Blog / News - Saturday - Jan 11, 2014
Photographer, Paul Findlay’s body of work, ‘Streets of Havana’ is currently on exhibition at the Lemonade Stand Gallery in Key West, Florida. Findlay, also a local tennis pro, found his passion for photography at a young age; even built a dark room in his parent’s bathroom at age 14. Combined with his love for travel, the artist toured the world documenting his path—in this case the ‘Streets of Havana’.
“I found Cuba, and in particular Havana, to be a photographer's paradise. Wandering the streets of Havana Vieja, one can catch glimpses of its former grandeur. Today its crumbling Spanish architecture and classic American automobiles are home to throngs of people struggling to survive on a daily basis” Findlay explains. The images depict the daily routine of Havana’s streets, and immerse the onlooker into the local light of Cuba.
Paul Findlay’s ‘Streets of Havana’ exhibition is open to the public until January 31st at The Lemonade Stand Gallery located at 318 Petronia Street in Bahama Village, open Tuesday- Sunday 10am-4pm or by private appointment. For more information please contact: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)