Sight Unseen – Photography by the Blind

Sight Unseen, at the California Museum of Photography, is on view through August 29th. This astounding exhibit, curated by Douglas McCulloh, stays with you long after you leave the museum. The images are bold, fresh, honest, powerful and gritty. The fact that they are all created by blind photographers presents an initial feeling of astonishment,... Continue Reading →

OCMA’s Orange Lounge to shut down

Orange County Museum of Art(OCMA) has decided to shut down their Orange Lounge, located in South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa, CA.  More information is available here, in a story published in the Orange County Register. The satellite gallery was focused on providing contemporary digital and video art. Over the years, the Orange Lounge has hosted a number... Continue Reading →

Annenberg Space for Photography

We have a photo gem in Los Angeles. If you haven't yet been to the newly opened Annenberg Space for Photography, put it on your calendar. This state-of-the-art exhibit space has been designed to showcase traditional photography as well as embracing the new technology of digital imagery. The centerpiece of the Annenberg Space is its... Continue Reading →

PhotOC at the Muck

Photographs copyright of Frank Cancian July 13 marks the opening of PhotOC: Contemporary Images by Artists in Orange County, a group photography exhibition at Fullerton's Muckenthaler Cultural Center aka "The Muck" (OC). The exhibition includes works by Frank Cancian, Randall Chambers, Jacques Garnier, Bruce Hall, John Hesketh, Stan Kuran, Matthew May, Douglas McCulloh, Joey Lehman Morris,... Continue Reading →

Call for Art – OCCCA

Call for Art - all media including photography The Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (OCCCA), Santa Ana (OC) has issued an Call for Art on the theme of "Animal Magnetism" which you can find more information at the link. The juror is Mat Gleason, the Editor and Publisher of  Coagula Art Magazine. The deadline for submissions... Continue Reading →

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