MOAH COLLECTS MY WORK...
...and so can you! Happy to announce a second acquisition by the Museum of Art and History in Lancaster, California. Much appreciation to Andi Campognone, Robert Benitez, and the entire MOAH staff for their outstanding tradition of championing Los Angeles-area artists.
MOAH's current exhibit Golden Hour features photography-based work from their permanent collection with work on loan from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). Huge honor to have my pinhole photograph featured alongside iconic images by California's preeminent photographers.
The exhibition cycle runs thru May 9, so I'm optimistic that there'll be an opportunity to see the show in person. I feel that we all need a bit more art IRL! In the meantime, an excellent virtual tour is available here.
Also in MOAH's Permanent Collection:
Cottonwood Charcoal Kilns – Infrared Exposure – Owens Lake, CA – 2013
AND I'm a finalist for Los Angeles Press Club Awards for Best Feature Photo, Best Photographic Essay, and Photojournalist of the Year. Fourth time in a row I've been nominated in all three categories (earning five 1st Place awards including Photojournalist of the Year 2019).
But then who's counting? 😉
SO, is there a place for my work in your permanent collection? Von Lintel Gallery is happy assist you in picking an image that's just right for you!
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