Please join us for a visit to this new photography gallery on La Cienega Blvd. The artists, both PAC·LA members, will be present to talk about their work. For more information please visit the website Fabrik Projects.
E. F. Kitchen: Bayou City.
In 1986 E. F. Kitchen returned to Houston, where she lived as a small child, to recapture her early impressions of that time and place. The artist wanted to recreate the Houston of her past by photographing buildings and neighborhoods from the late 1950s. The older cityscapes in Bayou City, many of which are being destroyed to pave the way for new developments, evoke a timely and timeless chapter of American cities.
Sarah Hadley: Lost Venice.
The exhibition, Lost Venice, highlights the Renaissance past of Venice, a city that Hadley visited often as a child and where she later lived and worked. Her ethereal, sepia-toned photographs capture the allure of this magical city. Focusing her lens on the city's timeless architecture and ever-changing waterways, Hadley evokes an otherworldly place, one filled with grace and extraordinary beauty.