Later this week the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents the first retrospective of works by Larry Sultan (1946–2009), the highly influential California photographer. Titled Larry Sultan: Here and Home, the exhibition includes more than 200 photographs ranging from Sultan’s conceptual and collaborative works of the 1970s to his solo works made in later […]
Made in L.A., the Hammer Museum’s biennial exhibition, is now on view through September 7th. Featuring works by 35 Los Angeles artists, many of whom are emerging and under recognized talents, the exhibition debuts recent work and new painting, installation, video, sculpture, photography, and performances created specifically for the show.
Photo Friends of the Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL) consistently presents engaging programs that highlight photographs from its extensive collection. The latest installment of LAPL’s LA in Focus series is no exception.
This weekend the Los Angeles Maritime Museum opens a new exhibition titled “STRANDED: The Twilight of the Ocean Liner.” The show is comprised of 25 large-scale, black and white, photographs by Martin Cox and documents classic ocean liners nearing or at the end of their service life due to changing economics or technology. Cox, a native of Southampton, England who now lives in Los Angeles, shot all the photographs for this solo-exhibition in the US, Bahamas, India and the Philippines.
Throughout southern California concrete bridges span rivers, washes, and arroyos. While most are utilitarian structures that don’t add much beauty to the region’s urban landscape, some incorporate design elements that, to an observant eye, are appealing to look at when viewed from certain vantage points and at particular times of day.
When executed well, time-lapse photography reveals the ebb and flow of life – the visual rhythms of human activities and the natural processes that continually unfold all around us. Colin Rich, a highly skilled local practitioner of this photographic technique and native Angeleno, has produced a mesmerizing time-lapse film that he calls LA Light.
Today marks the introduction of the Curating Los Angeles photo galleries. This collection of images, broken down by subject and location, presents my photographs taken in and around greater Los Angeles.
Initially you’ll find images of The Getty Center and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Over time, I will expand this section of the site to include many more photos of the region’s built environment, as well as pictures that capture the rich tapestry of life in Los Angeles.