Photgrapher Andrew Susich has spent the last five years documenting life in the San Francisco Bay Area and Manchester using a 35mm Leica M6 camera and Illford film.
Opening night - 12th April 2018
Enjoy complimentary cocktails starting at 7pm provided by Absolut. Framed images for sale as well as prints available to order in a variety of sizes. Music will be supplied by former Hacienda resident DJ Paulette.
Exhibition opening hours
Monday to Thursday 12pm — 12am
Friday and Saturday 12pm — 2am
Sunday 12pm — 11pm
Andrew Susich has spent a life devoted to the creative process with a focus on producing works that are both truthful and aesthetically pleasing. Being constantly on the move as a child from the east and west coast of America as well as Europe taught him the value of an open mind and to appreciate the beauty in the small fleeting moments of everyday life. Eventually settling in The San Francisco bay area from the mid 90's to 2010 allowed the influences of the free speech movement, the collapse of the psychedelic era, the failure of post World War Two American idealism, independent journalism, the rise of Silicon Valley, sociology, class inequality, feminism, and the power of the all mighty dollar to take hold.
With a background in music, graphic design, photography, improvisation and film Andrew has attempted to document the world around him with a focus on giving back to society. His previous gallery shows include partnerships with and documenting The Commemorative Comity of The Black Panther Party and Occupy Oakland. Having just relocated to the UK he is continuing to attempt to tell the story of the world around him while donating his time to positive social change, equality and raising awareness and funds for charitable organizations.