Preview: Second Annual LACP Student Street Shooting in LA, dnj Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

In Black and White Photography, Gallerist, Gallery, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on June 10, 2016 at 10:45 am

Javier at Work, Julia Dean, 2016

The Los Angeles Center of Photography has arranged its exciting second street shooting event with dnj Gallery as part of the prospective program offered at the center.

30 photographers engaged in a street shooting program at the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP). All photographs are taken in various locales of Los Angeles including downtown, Venice Beach, HOllywood Blvd., and Beverly Hills

Featured photographers: Al Fielder, Andy House, Ann Toler, Anthony Grippa, Autumn Kurtz, Basak Prince, Ben Bacon,Carole Scurlock, Caryl Lightfoot, Chung Ching Kuo (Bob), Connie Rosenthal, Dotan Saguy, Erin Rottman, Gail Just, Graham Marriott, Jerry Drapala, John Rankin, Kathleen Coiner, Kevin Weinstein, Kim Sudhalter, Lauren Wilner, Leba Marquez, Lynne Rosen, Michael Beller, Rob Krauss, Safi Alia Shabaik, Stephanie Asch, Stephanie Cueneo, Thouly Dosios, Tom Szabadi, Wednesday Aja, Wesley Du, and Yvette Marthell.

Also available for viewing in Gallery II is Artificial Memories by Corey Grayhorse.

“Color and wonderment is a consistent thread throughout my work. A wide-ranging influence of styles in art, photography, and fashion combined with traditional, and pop culture inform my perspective. I find myself inspired largely by my daughter, who serves as a constant muse in my art, and reminds me that everyday is an opportunity to offer a fresh perspective in my work. Through the lens I create strange beauty and satire, eliciting emotional and social responses. Frozen in time through photography, the work becomes a window into a fantastic dream world, with hints of my reality, to draw an audience in. The sets and locations are installations and a platform for performance art constructed and acted solely by myself, and my subjects. Through the addition of characters, my portraits show a deep interest in the unique human expression.”

The exhibitions run from June 18th to July 23rd, 2016.

For more Information: dnj Gallery

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