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Recap: Boo Hooray’s “Religious Observance”

11:11 AM PDT on March 27, 2015

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This past Thursday night was the opening of Boo Hooray's "Religious Observance". The small, house-like gallery featured photography from Ray Potes, Andrea Sonnenberg, Jerry Hsu, C.R. Stecyk III and Tobin Yelland. Sonnenberg's photos of Detroit gave you a closer look that you wouldn't be able to get without actually going to visit the city, and perhaps not even then. Ray Potes' set of photographs painted the perfect picture of a crazy ass weekend in the Bay area. Potes' photos are un-boring in the extreme, and make you laugh and wonder how he gets to see so many interesting things. Jerry Hsu's photographs had the feeling of a trip far from home where life exists on the back of a moped, going place to place without a destination.  Each section of photographs on display were unique and full of life, whether it be a dark moment or a bright unforgettable one. L.A. Taco's Desilu was there for the opening view the gallery for a full photo recap.

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