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Puerto Vallarta News NetworkVallarta Living | Art Talk 

Craig Stanman Presents "Road Stories" at the Haus der Kunst
email this pageprint this pageemail usIsaac Nichelson - PVNN
January 02, 2011



Visit www.craigstanman.com for a preview of Craig Stanman's work.
Take a visual trip around the world and visit the premier of a must-see photography exhibition entitled "Road Stories / Historias Del Camino", by Craig Stanman. Taking place at Haus Der Kunst in Puerto Vallarta on January 8th, the show is a truly rich textural experience that exposes over 40 years of life on the road - from the Hippy Trail of the early 70's, to the new millennium, Craig seamlessly merges several decades of vision with a timeless but contemporary style.

Impressive large scale prints depict a unique perspective that speaks to the importance of adventure, passion, cultural diversity, and creativity in one's life. Craig Stanman's rare images explore countries including Afghanistan, Mexico, Peru, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Bali, and China.

Craig Stanman is a professional photographer/designer and vagabond world traveller who lives much of the year in Sayulita. Visit www.craigstanman.com for a preview of his work.




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