Nickolas Chelyapov remembers the exact moment he knew he was hooked on photography. He was in a darkroom for the first time at Moscow State University...
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Summertime used to mean that the galleries and museums would take it easy, presenting lackluster group shows and few, if any, challenging solo exhibitions. Not any more. Economy be damned, the Los Angeles art scene is now sizzling year round.
Picture the Mexican lotería as imagined by Albert Camus and photographed and printed by Ansel Adams and you have an idea of the lustrous and ironic feel and tone of Luis Delgado Qualtrough's work.
Incorporating scrolling vines, Ilchi literally infuses the work with visuals from the traditions of her homeland, Iran.
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