OPEN WALLS, PART DEUX
My exhibition It's a Mess Without You opens July 4 at Galerie Huit Arles. The show is presented by The British Journal of Photography in conjunction with the OpenWalls Arles Outstanding Series Award.
It all coincides with Les Recontres d'Arles, one of the world’s largest photography forums. I’m excited to attend the festival for the first time July 4-9. Gallery hours are 11h-13h + 14h-18h30, with an opening reception July 7, 12h-15h. Très cool! 🇫🇷
Charred House on Trinity Street – Sunset – Mojave, California – 2016
One of ten It's a Mess Without You images showing in France
Perhaps you may be thinking, "Huh? That sounds familiar!" I won the OpenWalls Arles Award in 2020, but the festival was cancelled amidst the first wave of Covid lockdowns. At the time, Galerie Huit and the BJP generously proposed to reinstall the show when conditions permitted. And so it has come to pass! 🙏
My work will be presented 'in situ' in the gallery's 17th-century 'rock room.' Both exhibit and festival continue thru September 25.
Day Tripping – Kinematic Pinhole Exposure – Los Angeles, California – 2010
Permanent collection: Museum of Art & History (MOAH) – Lancaster, California
Finally, as promised in the last newsletter, voici le photo just acquired by the Museum of Art & History, and currently on view in Human Natures: Selections from the Permanent Collection thru August 21. Prints are available at Von Lintel Gallery in Santa Monica, CA.
With love and patience, nothing is impossible
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