Friday, April 29, 2011

Redefining Hollywood Exhibit at The Factory Gallery

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I am proud to be a part of the Redefining Hollywood exhibition at the Factory Gallery in downtown Los Angeles.

Produced by Fabrik Magazine and curated by Aline Smithson, J. Wesley Brown and myself, this is an exhibition that looks at Hollywood with an analytical and an amused eye. The idea of Hollywood has intrigued and inspired image-makers for the last century and it’s no different today. Photographers find themselves continually fascinated by not only the notion of Hollywood, but by the city and community of Hollywood. For some, it’s the feeling of noir and night, for others, it’s the reality of the streets and neighborhoods. Photographers are influenced by movie stars and the idea of celebrity, and by the movies themselves. There is a rich tapestry of photographic ideas and inspiration that emerge from the tangible and intangible idea of Hollywood, and with each unique photographic vision, these photographers are Redefining Hollywood.

I have three prints in the exhibit:

Griffith to Hollywood
Once Ince
Hollywood as a Mystery

Click here to Aline Smithson's wonderful blog entry about the exhibit on her Lenscratch blog.

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