New photography exhibit

My handmade fine art prints will be on display at bon, nene from July 30th through September. The establishment has been a neighborhood (and my) favorite since the debut. The owner — who used to manage The Butler & The Chef prior to opening her own place — describes her dishes "your friend's mom's cooking when you visit them" which I think describes the concept perfectly. It's not the most exquisite prestigious gourmet food that you'd dress up for. It's a super homie, everyday comfort food you'd expect when were growing up in modern-day Japan, but kicked up a notch to show what your mom can do because your friend decided to stay for dinner.

This is going to be my conclusion to the series of photos I made in France numbers of years ago. All photos are freshly hand-printed in darkroom by me, individually numbered and signed, and no prints are exactly alike. Just a few prints will be available for purchase at the establishment to take home with you (framed pieces will be available for pickup at the end of exhibition).

I hope you'll enjoy the food and super cozy atmosphere at bon, nene, and would be really great if you could spend just a few extra minutes looking at my photos. 

Cheers,

Sug

Photo Exhibition at bon, nene in SF

 You visit this hidden gem anyway. Their Japanese comfort food is just fantastic, and you know, very very comfy. :)

You visit this hidden gem anyway. Their Japanese comfort food is just fantastic, and you know, very very comfy. :)

My hand-made fine-art prints are currently showcased at bon, nene (2850 21st St, SF, CA) through the end of May 2017. The opening reception was a huge success, and both my partner-in-crime/brilliant photographer Charlie Lumanlan and I are extremely grateful for the opportunity generously provided by the venue owner, our supporters, friends and families.

You can purchase my prints there at the restaurant (very limited edition prints are available to bring home today) and I do work on individual prints on commission basis as well.

I am planning on another solo-exhibit later this year, I am hoping to share more info soon.

Photos by Warren Tang