During a cultural exchange regarding his art, Antonio Milian shared pieces of the journey that he has taken to reach his current destination as a street photographer and the creator of a growing piece of artwork, Faces of the Upstate. Utilizing a camera as the medium and Facebook as the exhibition hall, Antonio has created an awe-inspiring view of what it is to be human.
On the average day, many of us walk past nearly a hundred people and never say one word. Often we barely look at them. We exist together and yet we don’t. Antonio has given us a look inside of people. Through his work, we gain a glimpse of everything we have forgotten to care about. More than just images, we hear them. Through photograph and comment, we connect with someone new in a way that does not seem forced. We remember that we are human.
Listen as Antonio Milian breaks down how his street photography has led him on a path of unearthing the human condition. He talks about art, pornography, and Bob Jones University…
Believe me, this is truly worth a listen.