Kinematic Exposures, my first solo show at Von Lintel Gallery, opens in Los Angeles, Saturday, Sept 12. The event is spread out from 3-8pm to allow walk-in attendance with social distancing (masks required), and as with most art openings, you're not allowed to touch anything anyway. 😉
So what's a Kinematic Pinhole Exposure™? I coined the term to describe the handheld exposures I make while moving about with a pinhole camera – in this case, all new work including images from my recent voyage to Antarctica.
Proteus Rising – Antarctica – 2020
Of course the photographs will also be featured on the Von Lintel website, but for those who can, I encourage you to see this show in person. Several artworks (like the ones below) extend well beyond the internet color space and are rendered on an iridescent material that defies online reproduction. They are also unique editions, so if there's one you fancy in particular... well, you get the idea.
Kinematic Exposures runs thru Oct 31. Private viewings scheduled here.
The Persistence of Being #1 and #4 (after Giacometti) – 2020
One last thing! The Los Angeles Press Club's SoCal Journalism Awards were presented (online) this weekend. While not the usual, star-studded affair at the Millennium Biltmore (next year!), I won 1st place Best Photo Essay for the third time in a row. You can see the award-winning KCET Earth Focus story here. 🔍
AND HOPE TO SEE YOU SEPTEMBER 12TH!
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