URBAN HUNTING | LONDON by artist David Josef Tamargo

Modern man, evolutionarily speaking, is still a hunter. Although he has traded spears for cash and credit cards, the hunter is still alive inside.

Urban Hunting addresses the struggle of interpreting modern society. It asks the question; “How will the imagined world of our present day be interpreted by future humans?”

Urban Hunting focuses on creating and documenting situational fantasy where Tamargo and his characters hunt/interact with man-made animal sculptures found in urban environments.

An exhibition of 10 photographs by Cuban-American artist David Josef Tamargo as part of the launch for his International Urban Hunting campaign for climate change and species extinction awareness.

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Reception at The Groucho Club in Soho this Saturday May 3, 2014, upstairs in the Gennaro Room from 7pm – 2am. This exhibition is co-curated by Michelangelo Bendandi, of Lisson Gallery and Alan Greenhalgh of Shinesquad.

Begins at 7pm and continues until the…

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