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The Loft at Liz's

Exhibition Detail
DIVERSITY IN DEVELOPMENT
Curated by: Liz Gordon
453 S. La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90036


April 10th, 2010 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
"Man with the Diamond Smile", Joanna GarlandJoanna Garland,
"Man with the Diamond Smile",
April 10 - May 11
"Poolside Liz", Gwen SamuelsGwen Samuels, "Poolside Liz",
April 10 - May 11
"Dragonfly", Willa MametWilla Mamet, "Dragonfly",
April 10 - May 11
"Specimens" From North America\'s Most Polluted River #4 of 10, Amanda Keller-KonyaAmanda Keller-Konya,
"Specimens" From North America's Most Polluted River #4 of 10,
April 10 - May 11, Mixed Media
"The Higher Road", Aline SmithsonAline Smithson, "The Higher Road",
April 10 - May 11, Silver Gelatin Print with Oil Wash
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Artist talk
WEBSITE:  
http://www.theloftatlizs.com
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mid-wilshire
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TAGS:  
mixed-media, digital, daguerrotype photography, installation, conceptual
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The Loft at Liz’s is proud to announce “Diversity In Development,” its first show dedicated solely to photography. The exhibition will be running in conjunction with the 2nd Annual Month of Photography Los Angeles (MOPLA), the Miracle Mile Art Walk and the Lucie Foundation.


The show is a celebration of the diversity in which the photographers Amanda Keller Konya, Aline Smithson, Jad Najjar, Gwen Samuels, Mike Saijo, Paul Papanek, Willa Mamet and Franklin Londin utilize their abilities and equipment to achieve and present their work. The show promises to offer its patrons a unique experience and insight into the world of photography.

The styles of photography and development range from complex digital 3-D imagery in self-illuminated contraptions, to the most traditional and fundamental form photography taken with film and developed by hand in a dark room. Themes of the photographs explore issues such as the environment, light and form, repetition and cinema.


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