The Griffin Museum of Photography will exhibit “False Food” this spring
Paula Tognarelli, Curator and Executive Director of the Griffin Museum of Photography, has selected Jerry Takigawa’s False Food series for an exhibition in the museum’s main gallery. False Food’s narrative examines the gyres of plastic pollution in our major oceans through images of order and beauty. “Takigawa’s work is both metaphorical and lyrical yet it is done in sharp awareness of large facts. Even in the farthest reaches of the oceans, the incidental outfall from our ways of living has become part of the food chain.” David Bayles, photographer and author
Can art help create order where there is chaos and thus provoke awareness and perhaps action?