FATHOM 2017: Jump In. Go Deep.

What's Up In January

On Thursday January 12th Robert Landau’s Rock N Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip opens at the Fine Arts Building in DTLA, shown in conjunction with our friends ArtmeetsArchitecture.  The opening reception features a book signing, jazz music and great food. Mark and Lisa know how to do it right. 

Then, on Saturday the 14th we’ve got Gleb Derujinsky back in the house. It’s a special evening of high fashion at FATHOM. This stunning photography exhibition features a book signing and gallery tour with Andrea Derujinsky, and the introduction of the Paris Collection Portfolio from 1958… Plus other goodies for the fashionistas.

And than, on Saturday the 21st we’ve got Underbelly: An Exhibition of Comics Masquerading as Art.  The brain child of Rohitash Rao and Kathy Hepinstall Parks, Underbelly first began in the mid-90’s, yet the sharp commentary couldn’t be more timely. Warning: This exhibition is not suitable for children or small animals.

Plus we’ll be announcing exciting news on Gastronopolis, the long awaited Hugh Kretschmer project from Lumen Press — which is our new imprint of limited edition photography monographs. 

More details on all of this and a bit more coming soon…