‘Observing and Reacting’ Humanizes Cancer at Cleveland Print Room Exhibit, September 13 through October 27, 2013.

Featuring the work of Breast Cancer Consortium member Angelo Merendino, the ‘Observing and Reacting’ exhibit runs at the Cleveland Print Room from September 13 through October 27. Using black and white still images, Angelo Merendino humanizes the face of cancer. His haunting photos show the challenges, difficulties, fears, sadness and loneliness that he and . . . → Read More: ‘Observing and Reacting’ at Cleveland Print Room Exhibit, September 13 through October 27, 2013.

“Topsail” – New Video from Angelo Merendino

The summer before Jennifer died we spent a week at the ocean with her family. At this point Jen had been using a walker for a few months because the cancer had spread to her hip and she was having difficultly walking. Jen’s legs were getting weaker and she wasn’t sure that she would be . . . → Read More: “Topsail” – New Video from Angelo Merendino

Portraits of Inspiration

The METAvivor ~ Merendino Gallery Exhibition – A photographic exhibit of women with metastatic breast cancer, also featuring the photographs of Breast Cancer Consortium member Angelo Merendino.

Angelo began documenting his wife Jen’s illness photographically shortly after her breast cancer diagnosis in 2008. It was just five months after they had gotten married that Angelo . . . → Read More: Portraits of Inspiration

Angelo Merendino Photo-Documentary, “The Battle We Didn’t Choose”

No one has portrayed the largely invisible world of metastatic breast cancer more compellingly than photographer Angelo Merendino. Angelo began documenting his wife Jen’s illness photographically shortly after her diagnosis in 2008. It was just five months after they had gotten married that Angelo and Jen entered the world of cancer. After a double mastectomy, . . . → Read More: Angelo Merendino Photo-Documentary, “The Battle We Didn’t Choose”