the irony and the ecstasy

by urquiza!

workshops in march


sin turistas


reserve your space now for the next sin turista workshops OR forward this to someone who loves photography!

registration deadline is febuary 28!

• intro to digital cameras: (@ avenue 50 studio, highland park)
saturday 9 am -12 pm (march 3, 10, 17 and 24)
learn and practise how to control your digital camera

• intro to digital tools: (@ undefeated creative studio, DTLA)
sunday 2-5 pm (march 4, 11, 18 and 25)
4-session intensive photoshop introduction

• black & white photography: (@ avenue 50 studio, highland park)
saturday 2-5 pm (starting soon)
explore digital b&w techniques and image story telling

join us for a unique urban experience. sin turistas workshops


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at fahey klein

german photographers! “life is a cabaret my friend…” in her own words, “in short, women you want to meet and who you’d like to dream about.” — ellen von unwerth

ellen von unwerth’s first exhibition in los angeles. go see it, now!


ellen von unwerth, photographs.

october 20 — november 26, 2011

at fahey klein gallery

148 n. la brea

los angeles

ca 90036



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estevan oriol printed by schulman photo

russell adams and schulman photo have printed my silver prints and processed film for me the last 20 years. the have also done all my giclee’ prints from my polaroid series. they are one of the top labs in the city! glad to be associated with them. check out one of their other clients at the MOCA show art in the streets.


APRIL 17–AUGUST 8, 2011


The archival silver gelatin
prints were produced
at Schulman Photo Lab

Schulman Photographic Lab
6677 Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028

We would like to congratulate our long time client Estevan Oriol on his inclusion in Art in the Streets which is currently showing at the Geffen contemporary at MOCA. Schulman Photo Lab created the archival silver gelatin prints in the darkroom in collaboration with Estevan.

View Art in the Streets Opening Recap

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Oriol pulls inspiration from the city and reflects its sensibilities in his work. Southern California juxtaposes the glitzy and the gritty more than anyplace on Earth and those extremes are visible both in Oriol’s choice of subject and execution. Whether he’s photographing gang life, a fashion model, or Dr. Dre, there is a voice in his work that is distinctly LA bred.

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the good, the bad and the ugly?

the museum of latino american art only shows artists from latino countries. it has a great collection of latin american surrealism. always look forward to seeing their permanent collection for inspiration and the cutting edge from south and central america.

selections from the MOLAA permanent collection
july 14, 2011 – january 3, 2012

the museum of latino american art


Exhibition Image


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a revolutionary project @ the getty

i love cuba, it is a dream i had once. this looks like a good documentary view of cuba without political commentary.

“A Revolutionary Project: Cuba from Walker Evans to Now looks at three critical periods in the nation’s history as witnessed by photographers before, during, and after the country’s 1959 Revolution.” —the getty press release


may 17–october 2, 201

the j. paul getty museum


Stevedore / Walker Evans


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getting upper @ pmca

“getting upper: graphic designers and artists reconsider the alphabet”

may 15 — september 4 2011 at the pasadena museum of california art



because i’m a type nerd, what are you going to do about it?!

also while you are there check out the clayton brothers and “street cred” a collection of some of contemporary local graffiti including RETNA who does an an amazing street typography!


pasadena museum of california art

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mark laita & rodney smith @ fahey/klein

a very graphic image maker, mark laita discovers form in nature. and, rodney smith dry witted and almost commercial in their perfection, but lots of great ideas. check it out!

July 28, 2011 through September 3, 2011

fahey klein gallery


Mark Laita

“The Fahey/Klein Gallery is pleased to present three new bodies of work from photographer Mark Laita: Amaranthine, Sea, and Serpentine. Mark Laita’s previous exhibitions at the Fahey/Klein Gallery were based on an eight year body of work entitled Created Equal, consisting of American diptych portraits that succeed in challenging or reinforcing our perceptions of American archetypes, and explore themes such as wealth, beauty, occupation, and age. In this most recent exhibition however, Mark Laita strays away from human subject matter all together, and instead focuses on beautifully preserved birds, mesmerizing snakes, and ethereal sea life.”

Rodney Smith

The Fahey/Klein Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of landscape, portrait, and fashion work by celebrated photographer Rodney Smith. This exhibition will showcase Rodney’s distinctive crisp and clean black and white photographs, as well as a selection of his striking color work. Rodney Smith’s photographs convey an elegant combination of style and substance, humor and wit, flawless glamour and idiosyncratic details. The characters that inhabit this imagined world are elegant, chic, and dapper, but also riddled with quirky and clever details.

—press release



mark laita @ fahey klein gallery


rodney smith @ fahey klein gallery


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