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Warn a Brother and more art by David J. O'Hagan

Warn a Brother, 2018
47 x 61 cm (h x w)
300
Digitally printed black and white print. (inclusive of white mount and black timber frame).

‘Warn a Brother’ - A proud black man stands on a subway platform in New York City. Wearing a shirt that reflects the vulnerability underlying the Black Lives Matter movement. An exploration of prejudice, vulnerability and injustice from a point of view of humour. Respecting the great BLM cause and a righteous fight for equality.

DAVID J. O’HAGAN. Born in County Cork in 1954. Transitioning from the life of a busy professional to a life in art photography in the genres of street photography, photojournalism and documentary photography. Learning to see humanity through the lens of a camera. Learning to cherish the simple moments in the lives of others, captured candidly but with dignity, in public spaces. I am aware of the photographic traditions of street photography and am an avid students of the work of the great masters. Travelling, with humility, in their footsteps and sharing their passion.



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