Converge Gallery is excited to bring New York City night photography into full view for their latest exhibition “I Still Love You” featuring photographer and artist Dean Landry. The exhibition opens on Friday, April 1st and the artist will be in attendance during the opening. The exhibition runs from April 1st – 30th, 2016. Dean Chooch Landry is an artist who hails from Harlem, New York City. He works as a photographer, artist and illustrator. His clients include Anna Sui, Cosmopolitan Magazine, The Strokes, and Nickelodeon, to name a few. His trompe l’oeil designs were featured in two major art museum exhibitions. His Anna Sui illustrations can be seen in the book “Fashion & Graphics,” published by Harper Design International, and “My Favorite Dress,” published by ACC Editions. Landry is, in all respects, an artist – he creates inspired photographs, paintings and illustrations, and is a practicing musician, performing and touring with his band, Tiger Flowers. His vibrant paintings have been exhibited in the U.S. and internationally. His photographs include a large body of Polaroid, medium format and large format filmwork, which span the spectrum from street photography to portraiture to nature to his night in NYC series entitled I STILL LOVE YOU. His photo series of Harlem has been widely exhibited in various galleries and online features. His paintings and Polaroid photos are featured in a release from Magma Books, “Graphic 09.” His, paintings, Photos and illustrations were also featured in a solo exhibit titled CHOOCHLAND in Osaka, Japan. A book of his illustrations and paintings was published to accompany this exhibit. His painting and engraving works were displayed in a month long solo show at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, New Jersey. Landry recently had a month long solo exhibit at Mooney Center Gallery in the College Of New Rochelle entitled GO ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS in which a book also accompanied. This featured his Harlem series of photos, paintings and illustrations for the fashion industry. He is also a collaborator and contributor with Colab Projects on Art For A Free Tibet. His photographs were recently featured in a solo show in NYC and Tarrytown NY and were part of a group show in Madrid Spain. “I Still Love You” will be on display from April 1st – 30th with an opening reception planned for Friday, April 1st at 6:00 PM. The gallery is located at 140 West Fourth Street, Williamsport, PA and gallery hours are Monday thru Friday from 9:00 am – 6:00 pm and Saturday from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm. For more information on the gallery, please visit About Converge Gallery Converge Gallery was founded in 2011. The gallery, already internationally recognized for its ambitious program, has been extremely selective and focused on both emerging and notable mid-career artists with an increasingly more conceptual direction oriented to display the most challenging and innovative art. What we are trying to do, without any pretense to define art, is to elevate the discussion about art, reality and perception. Converge Gallery’s goal is to sell the meaning and cultural context of an artwork along with the individual point of view of the artist that, encouraged to aim for a certain level of aesthetic value, clarity of content and vision is also required, as well as the ideal collector, to have an extensive knowledge about the intricate dynamics of contemporary art. The greatest achievement for us would be to extend the boundaries of art beyond art itself and generate a dialectic exchange between artist and general public by interacting with the other disciplines with the objective to determine a wider understanding of what is happening here and now. For all press inquiries, photo requests and a PDF catalog of the exhibition, please contact John Yogodzinski, Director, Converge Gallery : Web: Tel: 570.435.7080 Address: Converge Gallery 140 West 4th Street, Williamsport, PA 17701, USA