DIEGO UCHITEL – Polaroids at Fahey/Klein Gallery

 The Fahey/Klein Gallery will be presenting a selection of images from Diego Uchitel’s first monograph, “Polaroids”. This exhibition represents a curated collection of Polaroid images that capture Uchitel’s signature ethereal and painterly style and span over 30 years of the photographer’s work.In pre-digital shoots, photographers depended on Polaroids to test a shot before committing the image... Continue Reading →

Photo Independent in Hollywood, CA

  PHOTO INDEPENDENT is an annual photography art fair held in Hollywood, California, making its inaugural debut at Raleigh Studios, across from Paramount Studios, in 2014. As the first and only high-visibility platform for independent photographers, PHOTO INDEPENDENT presents a forum for direct exchange of ideas and contacts between photographers, collectors and art professionals. PHOTO... Continue Reading →

Paris Photo Los Angeles

Paris Photo Los Angeles, the US edition of the world’s most celebrated art fair for works created in the photographic medium, will take place at Paramount Pictures Studios April 25th-27th offering the ideal setting to explore how artists have been and are using photography and moving image in their work in the 20th and 21st centuries.Leading international... Continue Reading →

Vermont Avenue, 1998 at dnj Gallery

  dnj Gallery will be presenting the work of Pamela Mayers-Schoenberg from her project called Vermont Avenue, 1998. Here is what Pamela says about this project. Vermont Avenue runs for thirty miles through Los Angeles, from Griffith Park, through Los Feliz, Hollywood, Koreatown, and South Central, to the harbor. It serves by the Observatory, the Greek... Continue Reading →

Photographer David Morris Cunningham

 I have been watching David Morris Cunningham's photographic journey for several years. David shows a clarity of vision and artistic sensibility that I admire.David's favorite quote is from  Matsuo Basho: ‘The haiku that reveals seventy to eighty percent is good. Those that reveal fifty or sixty percent, we never tire of.’ Here is what David has... Continue Reading →

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