Interviews with Fine Art Photographer, Olivier Pojzman and Shannon Patton, Gallery Director, the KONA Gallery and Photojournalism Center.
On April 23rd, KONA Gallery debuted Pojzman’s ROUTE 66: Menage a Trois. The exhibit came about from Pojzman’s love of the open road, especially the iconic highway that stretches 2,400 miles, connecting eight American states. Pojzman’s keen eye has captured the quirkiness of many forgotten roadside beauties, combining snapshots to create idyllic photographic mementos. It’s a series of limited edition photographic giclees printed on canvas, in triptych form. Individual units can be mixed and exchanged, thus forming new Ménage à Trois’s.
OLIVIER POJZMAN and IRISWORK– Trained in art and desig, originally from Paris, Pojzman came to America 15 plus years ago. He has spent his earlier career shooting celebrities and the elite for ZUMA thus, creating his high-profile commercial portfolio.
THE KONA GALLERYAND PHOTOJOURNALISM CENTER––Unveiled on October 7, 2009 by photojournalist and entrepreneur, Scott Mc Kiernan, The KONA Gallery is a space dedicated to the presentation and discourse of photojournalism.