Art is alive and well in LA
Thursday night was evidence, indeed, that art is alive and well in Los Angeles. As an exhibitor in the Downtown Art Walk, we estimated that 2,00-3,000 people filed through the gallery during the course of 3 hours. The streets were full of activity which was especially heartening during these economic times.
Photography in Los Angeles is also being featured on a new blog, We Can Shoot Too created by J. Wesley Brown. The blog highlights openings, events, and showcases photographers living in LA. You might want to add this site to your google reader, send Wesley your announcements for anything photo related, and check out his own terrific work.
And speaking of openings, Kate Orne is having an opening this evening at the Julia Dean Photo Gallery in Venice. Kate’s exhibition is a result of winning the Berenice Abbott Prize for an Emerging Photographer through the JDPW. The opening is from 6-9pm. Check the website for more info.
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30 Over 50/In Context at the Center for Fine Art PhotographyApril 11th, 2021
It’s Negative Exhibition at MiM GalleryApril 10th, 2021
On Collaboration: ReciprocityMarch 7th, 2021
Keris Salmon: To Have and To HoldFebruary 26th, 2021
Gary Burnley: In the Language of My CaptorFebruary 24th, 2021