Pacifico Silano Profiled on for Solo Show

Pacifico Silano standing among his works at Rubber Factory gallery
Pacifico Silano. Photo by Zachary Astor. Via

Pacifico Silano, technologist, Photography, was recently profiled on about his current solo show, John John, on view at the Rubber Factory gallery. The online article describes how, in the wake of Hillary Clinton’s defeat last November, current politics’ celebrity culture got Silano thinking about John F. Kennedy, Jr., who died in a plane crash in 1999. “So much of the sadness when he died was that it was this dream that won’t be fulfilled,” Silano says. “It was like, If JFK Jr. was alive maybe he would be our president right now. We wouldn’t be dealing with this monstrosity.” Read the entire article here.

For more information, contact Silano, 212 217.5517.

artwork with small photo of JFK Jr. and large photo of JFK
Father Figure, 2017, archival pigment print.

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