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The Connected World: 2020 – Virtual Gallery

Oct 24, 2020 – Dec 31, 2020

In response to the extraordinary changes occurring in 2020 the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) is partnering with the Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA) in San Diego to acknowledge the importance of photography and art in capturing historic world events. To that point, LACP and MOPA will co-host a free-to-enter online Salon of Photography, entitled “The Connected World: 2020,” capturing the moments of time in the U.S. and around the world in 2020. The exhibition will both portray the significant changes that COVID-19 has wrought on the worldwide fabric of society, and address the changing consciousness around systemic racism and police brutality worldwide.

LACP will be donating a portion of the proceeds from the photography auction sales to benefit members of the photographic community adversely affected by the COVID-19 crisis as well as to organizations supporting the end of systemic racism.

Exhibiting Artists

AJ Stetson, Alberto Mesirca, Alejandra Rajal, Allyson Rice, Andrea Milano, Andres Yepez, Ann Perich, Ann Toler, Arek Rataj, Aydin Matlabi, B.A. Van Sise, Bartosz ?wi?tnicki, Carlos Donaduzzi, Cassandra Plavoukos, Craig Brandau, Cristina Fontsare, Dan Fenstermacher, David Zimmerman, Dmitry Chasovitin, Elisabeth Dubrovsky, Emil Hernon, Eric Davidove, Erin Davis, Greg Vargas, James Hayman, Jamie Siragusa, Jason Kerzinski, Jean Ross, Juan Carlos, Julia Mercer, Karen Constine, Katie Gee Salisbury, Kon Markogiannis, Kymberli Ghee, Larry French, Laurie Freitag, Lookin Xun, Lori Ordover, Mark Holley, Matthew Ludak, Mike Rutherford, Neil Kramer, Nicholas Fedak II, Ramin Mazur, Randy Pace, Rohina Hoffman, Rollence Patugan, Sally Davies, Sharon Draghi, Suzanne Koett, Terry Barczak, Thouly Dosios, Vanessa Charlot, Viet Van Tran, Wes Carson, Xiaochuan Liu, Yulia Morris, Zaydee Sanchez

The Jurors

Sam Abell <>, Photographer and Educator
Julia Dean <>, Executive Director of LACP, Educator and Photographer
Mitch Dobrowner <>, Fine Art Photographer
Deborah Klochko <>, Executive Director, Museum of Photographic Arts
Matthew Rolston <>, Photographer, Artist and Educator
Joel Sartore <>, Photographer
John Simmons <>, Cinematographer and Photographer