Photography Exhibition by IDGAF

Photography Exhibition by IDGAF

It may sound very old fashion to say this, but I’m saying it anyway: Hard work always pays.

I am overly proud to tell you that a Photography Exhibition by IDGAF will happen on October 1st, 2017 at 5PM at the incredible CasaCasco location.

 


 

Photography Exhibition by IDGAF

 


 

This kind of event is the best reward for an artist. Touching people with my art is the only way for not loosing my soul when I think my life sucks… In fact, my life doesn’t suck at all!

It is always very encouraging and I will definitely pursue in this path. My mission is still to show reality through my photographies. I know there are a lot of haters, most of them being people who don’t want to believe they have to stop complaining for B.S. Or, maybe they’re ashamed for having such an empty soul? Well, I don’t care. Today is my day and I am planning to fully enjoy it no matter what.

 


 

If there is only one advice to give, it would be to keep doing what you like. Success won’t happen overnight but if you give up, you will never know…

As usual, stay away from that fucking box and live your life to the fullest. There will always be people who have nothing better to do than criticizing what they can’t do. Jealousy and envy are fuel for haters!

 


Join us Sunday at 5PM at CasaCasco, in Casco Viejo Panama. Check their website, this location is truly amazing!

2 comments on “Photography Exhibition by IDGAF
  1. Michel says:

    Ce n’est pas le Panama dont on a l’habitude, ces clichés qui reviennent en boucle, images de cartes postales souvent caricaturales. celles-là sont différentes, elles montrent ce pays sous un angle méconnu.
    Emmanuel, photographe voyageur, habitué à promener son objectif aux quatre coins du pays et au-delà, s’est plongé avec curiosité dans ce qui fait le quotidien des Panaméens. A l’évidence, il a passé plusieurs mois à arpenter tout particulièrement Ciudad de Panamá. Il a pris son temps pour partir à la rencontre du pays et de celles et ceux qui y vivent. Ce qu’il en a rapporté, il nous le fait partager. Prenons le temps de savourer chacun de ces clichés. Ils montrent une ville, un pays, où la diversité est reine, tout comme la simplicité et la générosité. Merci, Manu!

    • Merci beaucoup Michel. Venant d’un globe-trotteur tel que toi, ton commentaire me touche énormément. Il est vrai que les modèles “cartes postales” ne sont pas ma tasse de thé et j’aime montrer la réalité des choses. J’admets toutefois que je le fais parfois brutalement, mais que serais-je sans cette personnalité délicieuse qui me caractérise!?! 😀

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