Recovery to Normal Existence by Kei Ito

In conjunction with the 20/20 Photo Festival, The Halide Project presents Recovery to Normal Existence, a multimedia solo exhibition featuring work by Kei Ito that blends the radioactive reality of the past and isolated post-nuclear apocalyptic imagined futures that now, after our collective experience of a global pandemic, take on a new layer of meaning. Ito is a cameraless photographer who examines global traumas through a multitude of experiences originating in his grandfather’s survival of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima during WWII.

Closing Reception
Saturday, November 6th, 6-9pm at The Halide Project
Proof of vaccination and masks required.

Virtual Artist Talk with Q&A
Monday, October 18th at 7pm (Eastern) on Zoom
Register for free or with a donation.

Kei Ito: Recovery to Normal Existence is a 20/20 Photo Festival core exhibition. THP exhibitions are made possible with support from Penn Treaty Special Services District and The Philadelphia Cultural Fund.