Leo Tujak

The Child Factor

An International Art Exhibition

(February15 through October 31, 2021)

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BIO

My interest in photography began in high school, taking a photography course and contributing photos to the year book. In college I was photography co-editor of the year book I've had numerous showings at: libraries in the NY area, also galleries in both the US and Internationally. Been published in Lose the Film, Irreplaceable Resources also in National Parks Foundation find your parks pics & recs, Travel and Leisure and will be in Auroras & Blossoms Creative Arts Journal in a future issue. Photos are also viewable on: Facebook, GuruShot, Photocrowd, ViewBug, https://leotujak.viewbug.com/ and Photo-Competition.Online, Flickr & pcliphoto.org.

STATEMENT

I think that my photos will be a good fit for the theme of the exhibition-The Child Factor.
For that is where we have all come from-childhood. They are the future of the world and should be treated as such. Both my photos are from Morocco. Two Berber sisters in a nomadic camp in the dessert and 3 girls (could never ascertain their relationship because of language) in a small village near the Sahara. Though they all seemed enchanting they were there at times we would think they should be in school. I feel that especially the nomadic Berbers living in camps in the dessert, that their children do not get what we would tend to think of as an education, nor many other benefits.

Moroccan Sisters

Moroccan Sisters

Two Berber sisters in a nomadic camp in the dessert and 3 girls (could never ascertain their relationship because of language) in a small village near the Sahara. Though they all seemed enchanting they were there at times we would think they should be in school. I feel that especially the nomadic Berbers living in camps in the dessert, that their children do not get what we would tend to think of as an education, nor many other benefits.

Leo Tujak

Leo Tujak

United States

3 Moroccan Girls in a small village near the dessert and 3 girls (could never ascertain their relationship because of language) in a small village near the Sahara. Though they all seemed enchanting they were there at times we would think they should be in school. I feel that especially the people living in small villages near the dessert, that their children do not get what we would tend to think of as an education, nor many other benefits.

3 Moroccan Girls

3 Moroccan Girls

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Inquiries?

Please contact the Curator:

 Carolyn Goodridge at cgoodridge@artimpactinternational.org