Love and the relationships. At some point or other we all go through the highs and lows of that emotion. It’s a universal rites of passage: to love and be loved. It transcends race, religion, sex or class. It’s the ultimate human leveller. Photographer Kevin Morosky has captured the ‘beautiful messiness’ of it all in his latest work, All Da Kings R Dead.
The exhibition, at the Eternal Youth Gallery, Kingsland Road, in east London (from 26 – 30 September) is a six month snapshot of the project so far, showcasing the many facets and complexities of modern day love via images, audio and words. “I wanted to build a space where I can create and release stories of happiness and sadness; a space where I can make my own fairy tales,” says the London-based photographer.
The year long work runs as a series of online exhibitions, where each new show is premiered via WWW.ALLDAKINGSRDEAD.COM on the last day of each month. The whole collection of stories will be published in hardback in 2014. And for those of you who aren’t familiar with Morosky’s work check out his website here.
All Da Kings R Dead Exhibition (26-30 September 2013)
The Eternal Youth Gallery
378 Kingsland Road