PHOTOCULTURE Conversations Episode #8: Mary Beth Heffernan

PHOTOCULTURE Conversations Episode #8: Mary Beth Heffernan

Recipient of the first PAC·LA Contemporary Artist Grant, Heffernan worked in residency at the Huntington Library, where she applied her research-based practice to a rare book in the Huntington's collection.   "I hope my consideration of The Huntington's copy of Anatomy will yield insights about this book that is a representation of bodies, and also a body itself.”

PHOTOCULTURE: Interview with Ken Gonzales-Day

PHOTOCULTURE: Interview with Ken Gonzales-Day

"On the one hand we'd love to see all such boundaries disappear, and on the other hand, we're also trying to see that the different concerns, interests, and histories of particular communities are somehow reflected in the landscape, and in the museums, institutions, and newspapers that represent this city on some level."

Photography Lovers A Guide to Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA

Photography Lovers A Guide to Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA

Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is a Getty-led collaboration between arts institutions across Southern California which explores Latin American and Latinx Art as it relates to Los Angeles.  Exhibitions are happening at more than 70 institutions, so we made a list of our top ten must-sees.  For a complete list visit pacificstandardtime.org.

PHOTOCULTURE: Interview with Michael Dawson

PHOTOCULTURE: Interview with Michael Dawson

Michael Dawson is a private dealer and appraiser specializing in rare books and fine art photography, including historical photographs of California and the Southwest. Michael has written widely on photography and has owned and operated his own gallery as well as the celebrated Dawson's Books Shop in Los Angeles–a business established by his grandfather in 1905.