LACP’s Fourth Annual “The Creative Portrait” Exhibition

LACP’s Fourth Annual “The Creative Portrait” Exhibition

Photo by Amanda Rowan, first place prize winner

Fourth Annual “The Creative Portrait” exhibition – 2018 – at the Los Angeles Center of Photography


The Los Angeles Center of Photography proudly presents its Fourth Annual “The Creative Portrait” exhibition, a beautiful collection of photography juried by David Fahey and Nicholas Fahey of the Fahey/Klein Gallery. 191 different photographers from around the country submitted for the exhibition, representing a total of 1,253 photographs. From these, our jurors selected 45 images (from 34 photographers) for the exhibition at the Los Angeles Center of Photography, December 15, 2018 – February 1, 2019. In addition, 94 images (from 62 photographers) were selected for a virtual online gallery display on LACP’s website. This is an annual call for entry exhibition in the fall of each year.

The Jurors:

The Fahey/Klein Gallery is devoted to the enhancement of the public’s appreciation of the medium of photography through the exhibition and sale of 20th Century and Contemporary Fine Art Photography. Since the gallerys inception, our exhibition program has embraced a broad range of diverse photographers from Edward Weston to Berenice Abbott; Man Ray to Henri Cartier-Bresson; Irving Penn to Melvin Sokolsky; Horst P. Horst to Herb Ritts; Peter Beard to James Nachtwey, among many others. The Fahey/Klein Gallery is a leader in the field of Photography and is respected among collectors and colleagues. This position of leadership is a result of our dedication to the medium of photography, experience, and knowledge, which, over the many years, has been enhanced by the wide range of services the gallery offers. The gallery staff has extensive experience in curating private and corporate collections, as well as selling and placing large private collections. Additionally, the gallery has an active program of offering secondary market works and consigned photographs to its broad collector base.

Selected Exhibiting Artists at LACP:

Amanda Rowan, Antonia Hutt, Bonnie Perkinson, Bridget Murphy Milligan, Catherine Slye, Conrad Pressma, David Maurice Gil, Erica Urech, Hal Robert Myers, Isabela Nobell Dorn, Joan Lobis Brown, JP Terlizzi, Ken Weingart, Kevin Weinstein, Laura Isé, Lisa Futterman, Lisa McCord, Martha Ketterer, Michaele L. Cozzi, Michelle Longosz, Morgan Lieberman, Nataly Rader, Noé Padilla, Pamela Neal, Richard S. Chow, Rohina Hoffman, Sara Anne Waggoner, Shawna Gibbs, Sinden Collier, Steven Rahbany, Susan Kaufer Carey, Susan Lapides, Tamar Haytayan and Yulia Tregub Morris.
Click HERE to view online gallery

Selected Virtual Gallery Artists:

Alex Kay (Alexey Klyuchnikov), Alison Munsie, Amanda Rowan, Amir Saadiq, Bonnie Perkinson, Bridget Murphy Milligan, Carissa Dorson, Catherine Slye, Chris Daniel, Conrad Pressma, Craig Smith, Danielle Spires, David Glen Larson, David Maurice Gil, Debbie Chesebro, Dian Hymer, Elizabeth Bauman, Eric Davidove, Gabriella Muttone, Hal Robert Myers, Harvey Castro, Ian Thompson, Jeff Amaral, Jennifer Emery, JP Terlizzi, Kat Bawden, Kelley Huffines, Kevin Weinstein, Kharen Hill, Kitty Moffett, Krysia Lukkason, Laura Isé, Lisa McCord, Lori Ordover, Martha Ketterer, Mary Ann Halpin, Matthew Brian Denman, Mauricio Murillo, Michaele L. Cozzi, Moishe Lettvin, Molly McCall, Morgan Lieberman, Nadide Goksun, Natasha Rudenko, Pamela Neal, Rebecca Moseman, Robert Pierosh, Rollence Patugan, Roxanne Darling, SameSource, Sandy Kroopf, Sara-Anne Waggoner, Sigrid Ehemann, Sinden Collier, Steven Rahbany, Susan Kaufer Carey, Susan Lapides, Suzanne Swanson, Wesley Bernard, Whit Lane, Yulia Tregub Morris, Zoe Aparicio.
strong>Click HERE to view online gallery

Opening Reception: December 15, 5-8 pm, 2018

Exhibition dates: December 15, 2018 – February 1, 2019

Location: Los Angeles Center of Photography, 1515 Wilcox Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028

Gallery hours: Monday – Friday, 10 am – 5 pm; CLOSED Saturday and Sunday

Parking: There are plenty of parking lots and street parking available. Click here for parking map (PDF).


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