Remembering Frank Cancian

By Gerhard Clausing • It is an especially sad moment to take leave of a fellow photographer who was also a genuinely nice person. Frank passed away this month at the age of 86. We fondly remember him as a wonderful friend, who shared his expertise and experiences in documenting communities, especially in connection with... Continue Reading →

Photo LA 2020 and Open Show LA: Observations

By Gerhard Clausing • Even when you have only one day available to visit this annual show, the benefits are great. Galleries, individual photographers, and publishers and book authors and editors are available to discuss their various creative efforts with photo and book collectors and fans. Associated events, especially Open Show LA, are a shared... Continue Reading →

Classic Photographs Los Angeles 2019

By Debe Arlook • For its 10-year anniversary, Classic Photographs Los Angeles christened ROSEGALLERY’s new space in Bergamot Station Arts Center in Santa Monica. Rose Shoshana (shown above, photo by Brittany Neimeth) and her team were in high gear hosting the weekend event before officially opening the doors to their new location just days later.... Continue Reading →

The AMBIGUITIES Exhibition

© Roger Bennett   The AMBIGUITIES Exhibition In Honor of Mother’s Day   This time I was especially pleased with the submissions. A range of images from the totally abstract to the concrete yet had-to-define can be found in the images that were submitted, and they are just bursting with creative energy. There is indeed... Continue Reading →

Open Show L.A. #52

By Gerhard Clausing • On April 23, 2019, an enthusiastic audience attended Open Show L.A. #52, organized by Jonas Yip and Richard S. Chow, and hosted by Chris Davies at Fabrik Projects Gallery. Five interesting projects were presented, of which I have selected two for a more extensive description. Douglas Stockdale’s “Memory Pods” project effectively... Continue Reading →

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