Dutch photograph-collage artist Sebastiaan Bremer joins the citywide Month of Photography tonight when two of his works are displayed at the Dikeou Pop-Up Space. The public display of Bremer's images -- brought to Denver by the Dikeou Collection -- adds an exciting element to the month-long celebration of both local and international talent.
See also: - Dikeou Collection opens a pop-up exhibit - Month of Photography: Dave Wood's The Art of Roller Derby - Abecedarian Gallery showcases photographic artists' books for Month of Photography 2013
Bremer takes both found images and his own pictures and then highlights symbols and ghost-like figures through an intense process of painting over what's already there.
This show is just one of hundreds of photographic exhibitions all over the city this month to celebrate Denver's photography scene -- while bringing in expert pieces created by artists from around the world.
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An opening reception will be held at the Dikeou Collection Pop-Up Space, 1331 Bannock Street from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight; music and light refreshments will be part of the free gathering. For more information, visit The Dikeou Collection's website.