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Monica Orozco’s work on view at the Archlight Cinemas Hollywood Cafe

Posted in Photo Galleries, Photograph Exhibits, Photographers, Photography, Uncategorized by Jim McKinniss on May 12, 2010

Photos copyright by Monica Orozco

 

A & I Photographic and Digital Services is pleased to have performed the direct printing for Monica Orozco’s body of work “De Colores – Portraits of L.A. Women.” This body of work is currently on view at the Arclight Hollywood on the 2nd level.
De Colores – Portraits of L.A. Women” is an ongoing project that showcases the eye-popping portraits of the “wonder women” in deMonica’s hometown of Los Angeles. Beautiful, diverse, strong, and fearless; they inspire her endlessly. These are the angels (and demons) of the City of Angeles that she knows and loves. Reflecting the individual spirit of each project, each wonder woman is shot before a backdrop of her favorite hue. This deeply personal project is an homage to her hometown and an expression of appreciation for the beauty and strength of wonder women everywhere.
Orozco’s work has been published in numerous magazines and online publications including Anthem, Spin, TimeOut London, Interview, Swindle, Whitehot, Westside, JPG, ARTINFO, ForYourArt, among others. Her work has also been in Berlin, London, New York, San Francisco and in Los Angeles. For more information on Monica Orozco’s work please visit her site at: www.demonicaphoto.com. It’s a luscious world.live it, love it, see it

Artist Reception
Thursday, May 13, 2010 from 7pm-10pm
ArcLight Cinemas Hollywood (Hollywood Café, 2nd Floor.)
6360 Sunset Blvd
.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Parking Validation $2 first 4 hours
RSVP not necessary

By Jim McKinniss

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