Street Photography Roundtable

Present But Not Involved

Wavererly Diner by Danny Belinkie

Wavererly Diner by Danny Belinkie


Please join us Thursday May 25, 2017, for a lively exploration of street photography and why it still matters, even now when the entire population is armed with a camera.

A panel of seasoned photographers, curators, and dealers will bat around the nature and style street photography and explore the pitfalls and triumphs of this genre that dates to the very beginning of photography.

Moderated by Phil Tarley, producer of ON THE STREET and Francis Coiro, founder of FATHOM Gallery, the panel consists of the following:

Robert Landau, a veteran urban landscape photographer and author. Mr. Landau’s work has been shown in museums and galleries throughout the world and his photographs are featured in his best selling book Rock N Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip from Angle City Press. He is represented by FATHOM.

SameSource, is a LA based photographer by way of the mid-west, SameSource and is a recent winner of a prestigious international 2017 Lumiere Award. His work ranges from fine art nudes to classic street photography and he has been featured in numerous gallery shows and art festivals throughout the US and Europe.

Phil Tarley, a photography critic, curator, and collector, is a fellow of the American Film Institute, a member of the Photographic Arts Council, and an artist in the Los Angeles Art Association. He curates photography at the Artists Corner gallery and writes The Critical Eye column for Fabrik Magazine. 

Sarah Lee, a longtime LA based gallerist, curator and consultant. Ms Lee is an advisory member of the Queensland Centre for Photography in Australia, and has served as a trustee, Executive Director, and guest curator of the Korean American Museum in Los Angeles. She is also on the advisory council of the Japan-American National Museum.

Khodr Cherri, the Creative Director and Master printer at A&I Fine Art and Photography. In the past he has collaborated with legendary photographers such as Herb Ritts, Helmut Newton, Mathew Rolston, and Norman Jean Roy.

Francis Coiro, director of the Iconix Art Group, operates a boutique art complex in downtown Los Angeles that includes the FATHOM Gallery, which represents nearly three dozen contemporary photographers and painters. 

Photographers and collectors are encouraged to join in — Our goal is to really mix it up in the discussion of this vital art form. Get Ready to Rumble.
 

Doors open from at 6 PM.      Round Table 7-8 PM      Informal Mixer 8-9 PM

Francis Coiro

Print Studio, 12021 Jefferson Blvd, Culver City, CA, 90230, United States