Art exhibit on Feb. 11 to feature works of Tim Daley, who photographs performers playing music on platforms and trains throughout the New York City
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The 4 St. Paul’s Café in Staten Island will celebrate melodies – in photos – when the popular artist venue features “Subway Music,” a showing on Feb.11 by noted photographer Tim Daley.
As a child, native New Yorker Daley spent a good deal of time viewing landscapes from the backseat of a car, during his family’s travels.
He now journeys throughout the country, photographing interesting places and people he meets along the way.
In the fall of 2000, Daley began paying attention to the music played in the tunnels of New York City’s subway system. Following that music has led him to meet people from all walks of life.
Daley captures the musicians playing their music on platforms and trains throughout the city.
The impassioned photographer and Brooklyn resident has degrees in both photography and advertising design from the Fashion Institute of Technology, Manhattan.
The 4 St. Paul’s Café and Gallery is located at 4 St. Paul’s Ave. in the Staten Island community of St. George.
Doors to the art show open at 6 p.m.
Curator of the art show is Kira Yustak, who also will display a limited number of her own works. The exhibition director is Sabrina Hamilton of Tompkinsville-based DOORtoDOORrealty
For additional information about the “Subway Music” exhibit at 4 St. Paul’s Café and Gallery, call Kira Yustak at 917-541-9119.
About the 4 St. Paul’s Café and Gallery
The St. Paul’s Café and Gallery is a gathering place on the North Shore of Staten Island, N.Y., where patrons share in the energy of creativity alongside writers, artists, musicians and stage performers.
Situated on the street level of a sophisticated five-apartment premise, the eclectic venue at 4 St. Paul’s Ave., in the Staten Island community of St. George, embraces an art gallery, trendy café, and a FedEx store that caters to local small-business owners.
For additional information about the 4 St. Paul’s Café and Gallery, call Jerry Nunez at 718.556.5400.
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