Thursday, January 13, 2011

PREVIEW: PHOTO LA OPENS TONIGHT

La Lettre de la Photographie
January 13, 2011

PHOTO LA

One of our favorite daily photography sources has a feature article on the Photo LA Fair, which celebrates its 20th Anniversary Edition tonight.

Photo LA celebrates its 20th Anniversary as the longest running art fair west of New York and the largest photo-based art fair in the country, drawing over 10,000 attendees. It brings together photography dealers from around the globe, displaying the finest contemporary photography, video and multi-media installations along with masterworks from the 19th century.


It has been essential in transforming the art/ photography landscape of Los Angeles by increasing public awareness and acceptance and the inclusion of photo-based art in almost all contemporary galleries and museum exhibitions.

artLA was created in 2004 as a public event bringing together a mix of national and international galleries, artists, collectors and curators for a visual dialogue on the current art scene. Its ongoing commitment to presenting the most challenging art being produced today has led to the creation of artLA projects, an ongoing citywide program of dynamic and innovative installations, exhibitions, seminars and conversations with established and cutting- edge artists in all media.

Photo l.a. XX and the launch of artLA projects, is a prelude to a much larger artLA 2011 that will align with the start of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time Initiative and Art Platform, Los Angeles, a new art fair in the fall of 2011 created by the team that produces the Armory Show.

Among the guests who are going to give a lecture, you wil find:

Amy Arbus, William Eggleston, Bill Hunt, Jessica Lange, Arthur Tress, Stephen Shore, Manfred Heiting, Weston Naef, Arthur Ollman, Wallis Annenberg

The director of the Festival is Stephen Cohen.

LA’s Longest Running Art Fair Joins artLA projects

Thursday, January 13, 2011 through Monday, January 17, 2011

Here are the photography with the gallery presented:

1. Mario Giacomelli, « untitled » ca. 1970’s-1980’s, gelatin silver print, 7 1/16 × 9 10/16 inches, courtesy of Gallery 19th/21st

http://gallery19th21st.free.fr/
Gallery 19th/21st
9 Little Harbor Road – Guilford, CT 06437 – USA


2. Graham Nash, “Joni,” from “Love, Graham Nash,” courtesy of 21st Editions

3. Herman Leonard, “Listen: Herman Leonard and his World of Jazz,” courtesy of 21st Editions.

4. Herman Leonard, “Ella Fitzgerald” from “Listen: Herman Leonard and his World of Jazz,” courtesy of 21st Editions

5. Jerry Uelsmann, from “Moth and Bonelight,” courtesy of 21st Editions

6. Michael Kenna, from Huangshan: Poems from the T’ang Dynasty, courtesy of 21st Editions

http://www.21steditions.com/
21st Editions
9 New Venture Drive, #1 – South Dennis, MA, 02669 – USA

7. Debra Holt, “Untitled,” C-Print, 60×40 inches, courtesy of Abba Fine Art.
http://www.abbafineart.com/
Abba Fine Art
233 NW 36th Street Miami, FL 33127

8. Brooke Shaden, “Dream State,” 35×35 inches, courtesy of Joanne Artman Gallery.

9. Denis Peterson, “Gloucester Road,” Acrylic, Urethane & Oils, 30×40 inches, courtesy of Joanne Artman Gallery.

10. Natalie “Miss Aniela” Dybszi, “The Smothering,” 35×35 inches, courtesy of JoAnne Artman Gallery.
http://www.joanneartmangallery.com/
Joanne Artman Gallery
326 N Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

11. Pete Eckert, “Stations,” Centro Series, courtesy of Blind Photographers Guild.

12. Alice Wingwall, “Rumba at Dendur,” Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Color Photography, 24×30 inches, courtesy of Blind Photographers Guild.

13. Bruce Hall, “Prize Fighter,” courtesy of Blind Photographers Guild.

Blind Photographers Guild, 421 26th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816 USA

14. Bill Mattick, “Untitled,” from the “Mendota Water” Series, 2009, C-Print, 32×40 inches, courtesy of Corden
Potts Gallery.

15. Beth Kientzle, “On the Edge,” courtesy of Corden
Potts Gallery.
http://www.cordenpottsgallery.com/

Corden
Potts Gallery.
49 Geary Street, Ste. 211, San Francisco, CA 94108 – USA

16. Andre Kertesz, “Woman Holding Sign,” 1940s, courtesy of Stephen Daiter Gallery.

17. Elliott Erwitt, “Venice, Italy,” 1949, courtesy of Stephen Daiter Gallery.

18. Wynn Bullock, “Untitled,” 1950s, courtesy of Stephen Daiter Gallery.
http://www.stephendaitergallery.com/
Stephen Daiter Gallery
230 W. Superior, Chicago, IL 60654 – USA

19. David Trautrimas, “Mnemonic Doppelganger,” 2009, archival digital print, courtesy of dnj Gallery.

20. David Trautrimas, “Storm Crown Mechanism,” 2009, archival digital print, courtesy of dnj Gallery.

21. William Eggleston, “Untitled,” courtesy of dnj Gallery.

22. Nan Goldin, CZ and Max, courtesy of dnj Gallery.
http://www.dnjgallery.net/
Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Avenue, Suite J1, Santa Monica, CA 90404

23. Rob Carter, “Cala, Fuili II, Sardinia,” from the “Traveling Still” series, courtesy of Eyestorm.

24. Rob Carter, from the “Traveling Still” series, courtesy of Eyestorm.
http://www.eyestorm.com/

Eyestorm
London
27 Hill Street
W1J 5LP
(+44) 0845 643 2001

25. Allen Frame, “Hillary and Josh,” Punta del Este, Uraguay, 2008, courtesy of Gitterman Gallery.
http://www.gittermangallery.com/html/home.asp
Gitterman Gallery
170 East 75th Street
New York, NY 10021

26. Frank Maedler, “L 7,” from the series “UT” (Silber), courtesy of Gallery J.J. Heckenhauer.

27. Peter Neusser, “Wolfsburg,” courtesy of Gallery J.J. Heckenhauer.

28. Mauren Brodbeck, “Juliette #5,” courtesy of Gallery J.J. Heckenhauer.
http://www.heckenhauer.net/ga/en/index.html
Gallery J.J. Heckenhauer Holzmarkt 5 
72070 Tübingen
Germany

29. Dezhong Wei, from the series “Days Full of Inspirations,” courtesy of Henan Pan-View Image Culture Media Co., Ltd.

30. Shilong Wang, from the series “Days Full of Inspirations,” courtesy of Henan Pan-View Image Culture Media Co., Ltd.

31. Yong Luo, from the series “City of View,” 2005, courtesy of Henan Pan-View Image Culture Media Co., Ltd.

32. Yong Luo, from the series “City of View,” 2005, courtesy of Henan Pan-View Image Culture Media Co., Ltd.
http://www.pan-view.com/
Henan Pan-View Image Culture Media Co., Ltd.C-702 Dongjun International #1212, E Hanghai Road

33. Edward Westen, “MGM,” courtesy of Paul M. Hertzman, Inc.
http://www.hertzmann.net/pages/
PO Box 40447
San Francisco, CA 94140-0448, USA

34. Bob Poe, “Cover,” 2009, I-Phone photo, 54 × 90 inches, courtesy of the Los Angeles Art Association
Gallery 825.

35. Niku Kashef, “The House of Life and Death,” 2008, C-Print, 36×36 inches, courtesy of the Los Angeles Art Association
Gallery 825.

http://www.laaa.org/
Gallery 825
825 N. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069

36. Jens Liebchen, “Sunset Boulevard and Gower Street, Los Angeles,” 2010, Pigmented ink on Hahnemuehle Paper, 14×11 inches, courtesy of The Lapis Press
Schaden.com.

37. Oliver Sieber, “Arnold,” Pigmented ink on Hahnemuehle Paper, 11×14 inches, courtesy of The Lapis Press
Schaden.com
http://www.lapispress.com/
http://www.schaden.com/ Schaden.com
Buchhandlung GmbH
Albertusstr. 4
50667 Köln

38. Carrie Mae Weems, “Untitled,” from the “Kitchen Table” series, 1990, courtesy of Light Work.

39. Elijah Gowen, “Cup,” courtesy of Light Work

40. Scott Conarroe, “Trailer Park, Wendover, UT,” 2008, courtesy of Light Work.
http://www.lightwork.org/
Robert B. Menschel Media Center
316 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244
USA

41. Alfred Eisenstaedt, “Marilyn Monroe,” 1953, copyright Time, Inc., courtesy of Gallery M.
http://www.gallerym.com/default.cfm
Gallery M.
180 Cook St, Suite 101, Denver, CO 80206

42. Stephen Wilkes, “Washington Square, Day into Night, New York,” 2009, 40×30 inches, courtesy of Monroe Gallery.

43. Bill Eppridge, "Robert F. Kennedy campaigns with various aides and friends

44. Steve Schapiro, “Segregationists, St. Augustine, Florida,” 1964

45. Stephen Wilkes, “Central Park, Day into Night,”
http://www.monroegallery.com/

Monroe Gallery
112 Don Gaspar Santa Fe, NM 87501 – USA

46. Ju Duoqi, “Liberty Leading the Vegetables,” 2008, courtesy of M.R. Gallery
http://mrgalery.com.cn/
M.R. Gallery
No.D06, Mid Second Street, 798 Art District, Chaoyang District, 100015 Beijing, China

47. Norman Kulkin, “Untitled,” courtesy of Select Vernacular Photographs.
http://www.pixidiom.com/
727 N. Fuller Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046 – USA

48. Tom Chambers, “Caging the Songbird,” from the “Dreaming in Reverse” series, 20×20 inches, courtesy of photo-eye Gallery.

49. Tom Chambers, “Presumptuous Guests,” from the “Dreaming in Reverse” series, courtesy of photo-eye Gallery.
http://photoeye.com/
photo-eye Gallery.
376, Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 – USA

50. Joey L., “Portrait of Saragolea,” from the “Abyssinia” series, courtesy of photokunst.

51. Joey L., “Portrait of Saragolea,” from the “Abyssinia” series, courtesy of photokunst.
http://www.photokunst.com/
Photokunst
725 Argyle Avenue, Friday Harbor, WA 98250 – USA

52. Marian Drew, “Emu with yellow canary,” 2010, courtesy of Queensland Centre for Photography.
http://www.qcp.org.au/
Corner of Russel and Cordelia Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101 Australia

53. Juan Fontanive, “Livelinesse 2,” 2010, Edition 14, courtesy of Riflemaker: London.
http://www.riflemakerorg/
Riflemaker
79 Beak Street, London, W1F 9SU – UK

54. John Baldessari, “Blue Boy (with yellow boy: one with Hawaiin tie, one in dark), Three Color Lithograph,” 1989, courtesy of Barry Singer Gallery.
http://www.singergallery.com/
Barry Singer Gallery.
7 Western Avenue, Petaluma, CA 94952 – USA

55. Christopher Clark and Virginie Pougnaud, “Aurore Eveillee,” archival digital lambda print, 43.3×43.3 inches, courtesy of Skotia Gallery
http://www.skotiagallery.com/
Skotia Gallery
150 W. Marcy Street, Ste 103, Santa Fe, NM 87501 – USA

56. Kelsy Waggaman, “When Was The Last Time You Made Love To Yourself,” archival pigment print 19×28.5 inches, courtesy of Skotia Gallery.
http://www.skotiagallery.com/

57. Robert Frank, “Cadillac Showroom,” 1955, Vintage gelatin silver print, 8.5×13 inches, signed and stamped, courtesy of Joel Soroka Gallery.
http://www.joelsorokagallery.com/
Joel Soroka Gallery.
400 E. Hyman Avenue, Aspen, CO 81611 – USA

58. Ralph Steiner, “Lollipop,” 1920s/c.1981, 4.5×3.5 inches, gelatin silver print, courtesy of Robert Tat Gallery.
http://www.roberttat.com/
Robert Tat Gallery.
49 Geary Street, # 211, San Francisco, CA 94108 – USA

59. Ma Kang, “FORBIDDEN CITY: Policemen before the Tian’anmen Gate-tower,” 2008, Inkjet print, courtesy of OFOTO Gallery.
http://www.ofoto-gallery.com/
OFOTO Gallery
2F, Building 13, 50 Mogashan Road, Shanghai 200060 – China

60. Luo Yongjin, “Kezhi Garden,” 2002, Injet print, courtesy of OFOTO Gallery.
http://www.ofoto-gallery.com/

Links:
http://www.photola.com/