Larry’s work part of Wright State photography exhibition

Posted by in Uncategorized | October 21, 2015

Ten images Larry made on commission for in collaboration with the Center for Investigative Journalism in Berkeley, California are now on exhibit at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries in the Creative Arts Center at Wright State University in Dayton.

The show, entitled Visions of Conflict: A Cultural Context showcases the work of documentary photographers Ziyah Gafić, Jessica Hines, Louie Palu, and Larry Price in recognition of the twentieth anniversary of the signing of the Dayton Peace Accords and the 10th annual Dayton Literary Peace Prize Conference. The exhibition and related events are part of the CELIA conference “ACCORDS: Peace, War, and the Arts” and will continue through November 15.

In December, 2013, Larry produced a series of portraits taken in the Democratic Republic of Congo of former child soldiers who survived years of conflict and are now struggle to reenter Congolese society.

View the original stories here.

Gode Mysore, former child soldier. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2013.

Gode Mysore, former child soldier. DRC, 2013.