A Room of One's Own, A Women's Photography Group Show, September 14th through October 7th.
The Perfect Exposure Gallery is proud to present A Room of One’s Own”, from September 14 to October 7, 2017. The exhibition comes from the participation of women in photographywhich goes back to the very origins of the photography process. The gallery is showcasing the contributions by women in the industry. The show will present an engaging juxtaposition of photographers working in a variety of mediums, styles and schools of thought
while celebrating contemporary photography.
“A Room of One's Own exhibition aims to give space to
the new wave of modern female Photographers,
both professional and non-professionals. The Exhibition hopes to promote and present an engaging juxtaposition of female photographers working in a variety of mediums, styles and schools of thought while celebrating contemporary women's photography.
This will be a very large, diverse and talented group ofphotographers, joining together at the invitation of
Gallery Director Armando Arorizo.
'Private Collections' & The Perfect Exposure Gallery Artists - June 15 - JUly 7, 2017
Join us on Thursday June 15, from 6 - 9PM at
The Perfect Exposure Gallery
for the opening reception of 'Private Collections'
About The Exhibit:
Private Collections will consist of photographs by a diverse line up of photographers that span generations, race, gender and styles.
Charles Trainor, Roy Dybuncio, Micheal Cannon, David Ingraham, Barry Elz, David Darby A.S.C., Robert Primes A.S.C., Ron Veto S.O.C., John Castillo, Louis Kravitz, Nick Ut, Nicole Goode, E.K. Waller, Ave Pildas, John Sohoo, Armando Arorizo, Johny Simmons A.S.C., Eunice Kim, Kappa, Ernie Sachs, Ron Sachs, Marcela Taboada, Wendy Sue Lamm, Janice Belson, Elliott Erwett, Tina Modotti, Kathleen Kravitz, Jorge Cruz, Antonin Kratochivl ,William Shepley and more.
We hope to see you on Thursday!
E.K. Waller will be exhibiting at Photo Independent, The International Exposition of Contemporary Photography, April 21-23, 2017 at The Reef, A Creative Habitat, 1933 South Broadway, Los Angeles CA 90007.
Photo Independent, an international art fair bringing together those who love and collect photography and the artists who make it. The 4th Annual Photo Independent Art Fair will take place in downtown Los Angeles April 21-23 and will be part of Spring Art Week LA, which includes the Los Angeles Festival of Photography, Photobook Independent, and EXPO Contemporary, all taking place at The Reef, in downtown Los Angeles.
Photo Independent’s mission is to establish a respected platform for high caliber independent, under-represented photographic artists, who do not have an opportunity to participate in gallery-based art fairs, to present their works to a global audience.
The annual showcase provides a forum for direct exchange of ideas and contacts between photographers, collectors and art professionals. Photo Independent provides potential exhibitors with the unique opportunity to present their work to global decision makers — curators, galleries, collectors, editors and publishers — who seek to acquire, publish and commission the best photographic talent today.
Photo Independent is an annual photography art fair held in Hollywood, California, which made its debut in 2014. As the first photographer-only art fair showcasing fine art photographers, Photo Independent provides a unique forum of exchange between photographers and art professionals through exhibitions and specialized programs.
Photo Independent invites you to come view a visual montage of today’s diverse photographic landscape from the world’s most inspiring talent.
Photo Independent is the sister show to Fabrik Expo, a platform for high caliber independent artists, designers and collaborative groups, who do not have an opportunity to participate in gallery-based art fairs, to present their works to a global audience.
Both shows are produced by Fabrik Media, Inc., an LA-based multifaceted creative and marketing agency that supports artists and their mediums. In collaboration with a talented and passionate network of publishers, dealers, curators and arts professionals, Fabrik Media provides artists with professional opportunities to have their work exhibited, published and represented through various platforms including Fabrik Magazine, ArtCapitol.com, Fabrik Expo and Photo Independent.
FRESH FOCUS 2017@LEICA:
FRESH FOCUS 2017@LEICA:
E.K. Waller will have on display and for auction, her photo: “Street Ball” shot in Cuba in 2013.
This is a benefit auction featuring over 40 Acclaimed Fine Art Photographers and Emerging Student Artists from City Hearts' Fresh Focus: A New Shot At Life Photography program.
What: City Hearts’ 5th Annual Benefit Photo Auction and Fundraiser featuring Fine Art Photographers, and Emerging Artists from City Hearts’ Fresh Focus: A New Shot at Life photography program.
Fresh Focus brings together 40+ Fine Art and Emerging Photographers who have a unique story to tell – in picture and words. This event will feature exquisite hors d’oeuvres and desserts provided by Sam’s by the Beach. Wine will be provided by Girl Meets Grape.
When: Fresh Focus 2017 begins as an online bidding event culminating in an afternoon with Art and Artists, Sunday, May 7th, 2017, 1:00-4:00 PM.
Where: Leica Gallery in West Hollywood, CA, 8783 Beverly Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90048.
Online bidding: Information coming soon
Why: Over 40 years ago, Los Angeles County Public Defender, Sherry Jason, encountered a 13-year-old piano prodigy who was about to be transported to jail for murder. It so impacted Ms. Jason and her attorney husband, Bob that they began to seek ways to reach at-risk children to intervene and break the cycle of abuse, poverty and violence that devastates lives. The result: City Hearts: Kids Say Yes to the Arts – a unique program providing Visual and Performing Arts education, training and experiences, at no cost, to the underserved children in the most impoverished areas of Southern California.
Fresh Focus: A New Shot at Life, City Hearts’ Photography Program provides the highest quality Photography instruction at no cost to the schools or children where classes are held.
“We teach our students to evaluate their lives and community with a critical eye so that they may, in turn, educate others about their world and tell their ‘story behind the shot’,” Co-Founder Sherry Jason explains.
26th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL LOS ANGELES PHOTOGRAPHIC ART EXPOSITION
The REEF/LA Mart - January 12-15, 2017
Photo L.A. has a long and rich history of bringing the photographic and arts community together.
For one night and three days the community celebrates photography in its many forms.
E.K. Waller photos to be exhibited at The Perfect Exposure Gallery - Booth #56
E.K Waller - Exhibits at The Perfect Exposure Gallery
The Perfect Exposure Gallery is proud to present Vamos Bien! From Saturday Janurary 7th to February 2nd 2017. The exhibition, which comes after the death of longtime revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, will include recently discovered images by late photographer Charles Trainor along with images from 20 contemporary photographers offering a glimpse into the multifaceted country.
'On New Year's Day in 1959 Fidel Castro's guerrillas toppled Fulgencio Batista, a week later Castro entered Havana. Photographer Charles Trainor, traveling from Miami, documented the dictators first days as Havana celebrated with the rebels and the leaders of the new regime executed hundreds of Cubans in Morro Castle. Trainor's images, only recently discovered, reveal a collection of hundreds of black and white negatives that recorded the parades and faces of the rebels and the Cuban people.
Part II: The exhibit will also feature Cuba through the frame of 20 foreign and local photographers, offering a small glimpse into a country that remains alluring and mysterious to the general public, the photographers will include: Al Diaz, Alejandro Ernesto, Alisa Adona, Bryan Beasley, Charles Trainor, E.K Waller, Emily Corbato, Jason Zakrzewski, Jimmy Dorantes, Kathy Park Wilson, Kip Harris, Leslie Bernstein, Malakhi Simmons, Mark Edward Harris, Rene Huemer, Roy Dybuncio, Susan Goldman, Victor Villegas, Vincent Hernandez, and Waleska Santiago.