Wayne Gilbert, owner of G Gallery, introduced, Ramzy Telley, who presented a talk on his current exhibition. Filmmaker/Artist, Ramzy Telley will be exhibiting “Charmed”, new works of sculpture,video and digital prints at the G Gallery. The theme of the work is an exploration of the emergence of natural forms and designs from inorganic sources and the celebration of forms which may be consider heinous, nature does not make mistakes.
Ramzy Telley graduated from the CalArts experimental film program in 1984. His film work has been screened at notable museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC and the Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai, China. In 2000 Ramzy photographed Academy Award nominated film The Wildest Show in the South: The Angola Prison Rodeo and his film “Death In Vegas” was awarded the Grand Remi “Best of Show” at the 2007 Houston International Film Festival. Ramzy has produced numerous art performances, such as live indoor bullfighting, for the Houston art troupeRubber:An Art Mob and is currently a film professor at Pratt Institute in NYC.