In4mation is excited to welcome back the talented Brooklyn Dombroski and her exhibit “The Cure” to the store’s Chinatown storefront, located on the corner of Nuuanu and Pauahi, for an opening this First Friday, August 1. Dombroski, who hails from the North Shore and is an avid surfer, photographer, and lifestyle blogger, has been a longtime friend of the In4mation family. This will be her second showing at In4mation.
“The guys at IN4M have supported me since day one. They’ve been involved on my creative journey, and they are a crew of guys that I look up to for being so giving and so authentic to their calling,” said Dombroski.
Her upcoming exhibit, entitled “The Cure (for anything is salt, sweat, or tears)” is a photographic exhibit displaying the healing effects of the ocean.
“The Cure is a collection of images that I believe have been the remedy for moments of weakness in my personal journey,” she says. “Being in the right place at the right time, believing that The Cure remains in nature. Images that I can always return to that remind me that life’s going to be okay, that there is so much beauty to be enjoyed in this world, and that this moment is enough.”
In4mation’s marketing director, Jun Jo, is eagerly looking forward to the show.
“We always get excited when we can work with someone like Brooke,” said Jo. “One of the great aspects of our Chinatown location, which is located in the Arts District of the city, is that we become an art gallery once a month. And Brooke’s work is truly exciting and worth showcasing. I hope anyone interested in photography, and more specifically the ocean, comes by and checks it out.”