In Focus: Las Vegas Buildings Bold And Colorful
As we are out-and-about in Las Vegas, we pass by buildings and - most often we don’t give them a second thought, Ugly? Beautiful? They’re just there. Part of the landscape, lost in plain sight.
Sometimes we need to see the building through the expert eyes of a photographer to sensitize us or wake us up to a particular building’s allure.
With their latest project -- Jennifer Burkart and Ryan Reason have taken bold, colorful images of Las Vegas buildings that help us see these buildings anew.
Their photographs, "In Focus," are on display at the Las Vegas City Hall Chamber Gallery, 495 South Main Street, through November 19.
Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health - Originals owned by the City of Las Vegas, commissioned by the Las Vegas Arts Commission under the Percent for the Arts Ordinance and displayed at City Hall Chamber Gallery.
The Lloyd D George Federal District Courthouse
The Mob Museum
The Kirk o' the Heather Wedding Chapel
World Market Center
Jennifer Burkart, Photographer at Square Shooting, Las Vegas; Ryan Reason, Photographer at Square Shooting, Las Vegas; Andy Kirk, professor, Department of History, University of Nevada/Las Vegas and director of "Preserve Nevada"