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Ex-Fear Factory Vocalist Burton C. Bell to Debut a Photography Series at Florida Art Gallery


Fear Factory may have finally found his replacement, but the former industrial metal vocalist Burton C. Bell isn’t completely out of the picture just yet. Next month, the artist is going to show off a different side of his creativity with the unveiling of his debut photography exhibition, “Paradise Found.”

Presented at the Vincent Castiglia Gallery in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the gallery will feature a number of photographic works and other visual art pieces by Bell that were created over the last two years.

During the gallery’s opening reception on March 11, Bell will be on hand to share his art with the public, with a press hour taking place from 5 to 6 p.m. before the gallery opens for a public viewing from 7 to 9 p.m.

The last time Vincent Castiglia’s gallery made its way onto our page, it was to feature the long-running H.R. Giger tribute exhibition, which featured both original pieces by the Swiss art icon and Giger-inspired pieces by Castiglia himself. With Burton C. Bell’s work soon taking up residence in his Florida gallery, Castiglia said in an Instagram post that he was excited to help an influential musician show off this side of his creative endeavors.

“Proceeding the master H.R.Giger’s Tribute exhibition — which was an honor to host [and] has been awe-inspiring to me… are the debut photographic works of pioneering industrial metal artist Burton C. Bell, whose work needs no introduction. As a genre-inspiring group that has been among my top favorite bands of all time. The Gallery is honored to host and share his 1st solo exhibition of photographs, titled, ‘Paradise Found’”

For more information about the gallery itself, or the opening of Burton C. Bell’s exhibit, visit the Vincent Castiglia Gallery website today.

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