Kick Off a Month of Photography in Los Angeles Tonight
Tonight the Month of Photography in Los Angeles kicks off (in case you were having art festival withdrawals from the end of Pacific Standard Time!).
The month-long festival means that for the month of April there are going to be a whole lot of photography exhibitions, and you might even stumble across some cool photography projections on the sides of buildings throughout the city. The theme this year is "Intersect: An Exploration of Innovation and Technology in Contemporary Photography." There's a full calendar of events here, but we'll let you know about many of them as they come up.
This evening you can meet up with a crew of local photography fans at Bergamot Station and go on a (free!) photography crawl through some of the exhibits. Here's the line-up for tonight:
Robert Berman Gallery featuring
Marla Rutherford: Lay-Text
MOPLA Group Show
featuring Ian and Erick Regnard, Man Ray, Jeff Charbonneau & Eliza French,
Andrew George, Joe Lewis, Marc Fichou, Lauren Marsolier and Mike Frankel. Frank Pictures featuring
M.A. Katcher: Ceci N'est Pas Une
Personne/This is Not a Person
Mercedes Gertz & Nancy Louise Jones: Nymphas Dissolutio
ADC Contemporary and Building Bridges International Art Exchange presents
The Tree Featuring Garret Suhrie, Elaine Ling and Thomas Basile.
dnj Gallery featuring
Michael Krebs: Surplus
Rose Gallery featuring
Lise Sarfati: She
Richard Heller Gallery featuring
Corey Arnold: Wolf Tide
The crawl begins at Bergamot Station at 7 pm and will last until 10 pm. Bergamot Station is located at 2525 Michigan Avenue in Santa Monica. And yes, there will be booze, DJs and food trucks. For more information, check out MOPLA's website or Twitter account. Here's some of our coverage of previous year's events.