the FOUND in LOS ANGELES project
included at Photo Independent
the FOUND in LOS ANGELES project was chosen by a juried panel to be included in the second edition of Photo Independent, an annual art fair held on May 1-3, 2015.
The first photographer-only art fair showcasing fine art photographers, Photo Independent offers a unique forum between photographers and fine art professionals through exhibitions and its specialized programs. The 2015 installment of Photo Independent, the international exposition of contemporary photography, returned to Raleigh Studios
in Hollywood, California where it debuted in 2014.
Scroll down to IMAGE 41 to see the FOUND in LOS ANGELES project.
Authors and Identical Twins Donna Roach and Coralie Phillips announce the release of their book: Duplicate Dreams: Twins and Multiples with Identical Interests & Careers in Common. The Found Art photography that my Twin Sister and I worked on New Jersey and Manhattan inspired me to rekindle making that type of art a few years back which I now do as the FOUND in LOS ANGELES project. Our story and how we worked together is featured on pages 25, 26 and 27 of this book.
Duplicate Dreams: Twins and Multiples with Identical Interests & Careers in Common can be purchased on Amazon in paperback and in Kindle formats: BUY IT HERE
"Moving forward, my hope is the FOUND in LOS ANGELES project does so without developing a contrived commercial tone. That it continues to be a way for me to transform the professional and personal geography where I live in into something celebratory by pointing my inner lens at the parts of LA my camera has found."
September 6, 2014
Immersed in MOVIES
A blog by Bill Desowitz
August 6, 2014
FOUND in LOS ANGELES PROJECT EXPANDS
Fine Artist Ron Barbagallo has launched a website (foundin.la) for his Found in Los Angeles art project, which was on display at the ArcLight Hollywood earlier this summer. Barbagallo’s art pulls the streets of LA into the theater by way of taking details found outside the ArcLight itself... READ MORE
If you are curious to see the full 23-frame cycle of images from where The ArcLight Hollywood image came, CLICK THIS TAB.