It is a collection of pictures of men’s rooms that demonstrate outstanding design, color and imagination. Women never get to see these ordinary and necessary places that offer glimpses into art that goes far beyond their functionality.
1953 Born Michel Schorro in Lausanne, Switzerland. 1973 BA equivalent from Ecole des Metiers Lausanne 1973 1973-1976 Photographs musicians and performances at the Montreux Jazz Festival 1976 Resides in London, UK 1978-1983 Transfer to San Francisco. Active as a professional drummer, tours and records 1984 Semiretirement from music, following US tour and record release with the Housecoat Project. Reengagement with photography 1985-2008 Travels the world, working, teaching, and taking photographs 2009 Opens the Misho Gallery in San Francisco, showcasing his photographs. 2010 Expands Misho gallery to promote Swiss and local abstract artists 2010 Solo exhibition: Six villes, en surface et en profondeur, La Fnac, Lausanne 2011 Volonteer as Ambassador for the Oakland Museum of California and conducts workshops at the Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center. 2011 Participates in the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts YBCA:YOU Program.