Pittsburgh street photographer Sean Sweeney, also known as Sutz, says his images usually focus on “human connections and the calm moments between us.”
“I’m walking down the street with my camera trying to capture the heart-wrenching moment,” he says. “I want people who see my work to see how similar we are all in a divided world.”
Now, Sutz wants to use his work to raise money for a legitimate purpose at a show commemorating the opening of the Golden Hour Gallery.
Sootz announces No problemSolo exhibition explained in Artist’s Instagram account As “observation of the unwavering human spirit”. All printed sale of the show, which runs from Friday, October 22nd to Friday, October 29th, will benefit the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center.
Sutz will also release a book of his photographs during the event, and its sales will also be centered.
No problem Is the first show to take place at the Golden Hour Gallery, a new space connected to the North Hills camera shop and film lab premier imaging. Sootz says he has decided to work at the Golden Hour Gallery because of the “tremendous support” he received from Premier Imaging.
“I’m honored to show them my work for the grand opening of the gallery,” says Sootz.
Sootz, who has posted various images to his Instagram account since December 2020, says he is donating all the profits from the sale of printed matter and books to charity. He says the organization chose the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center as the beneficiary of the show because it “saved lives” for people of great importance to him.
Print from No problem Prices range from $ 75 to $ 100.
“I donate all the benefits of printed matter and books to charity because I want my work to not only make people feel good, but to make the world a better place.” He says.
No problem Opening reception.. Friday, October 22nd, 7 pm-9:30pm. It will continue until October 29th (Friday). Golden Hour Gallery. 4801 McKnight Road, Suite 202. North Hills. free. instagram.com/sootz.photo
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