Photographer delves into newest project

Photographer Javier Álvarez discusses his new exhibit “Pérdio” in a video call from New York to a small audience in the Irene Carlson Gallery on Feb. 23. The exhibition is in conjunction with his newest photobook with the same name. The walls of the gallery in Miller Hall are full of pictures of squatters who took over an abandoned office building in São Paulo, Brazil, documenting their lives from 2013 to 2018. The exhibition runs through March 24. / photo by Vincent Matthew Franco
Photographer Javier Álvarez discusses his new exhibit “Pérdio” in a video call from New York to a small audience in the Irene Carlson Gallery on Feb. 23. The exhibition is in conjunction with his newest photobook with the same name. The walls of the gallery in Miller Hall are full of pictures of squatters who took over an abandoned office building in São Paulo, Brazil, documenting their lives from 2013 to 2018. The exhibition runs through March 24. / photo by Vincent Matthew Franco

Vincent Matthew Franco is a senior journalism major with a concentration in print and online journalism. He has been involved in journalism and print media in high school, community college and is now at the social media editor of the Campus Times and a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine. He previously served as arts editor.

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