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photo-eye Gallery at photo LA – Jan 31–Feb 3, 2019

photo-eye Gallery photo-eye Gallery at photo LA
Jan 31–Feb 3, 2019
photo-eye Gallery is hitting the road this week with a van full of goodies on its way to a photographic exhibition that has inspired photographers and collectors alike for nearly three decades.

photo-eye Gallery is hitting the road this week with a van full of goodies on its way to a photographic exhibition that has inspired photographers and collectors alike for nearly three decades. Photo L.A. is hosting approximately 70 galleries from across the country in a truly remarkable venue, Barker Hangar. Our Gallery Director, Anne Kelly, photo-eye Director Rixon Reed, and Vicki Bohannon will be on site for this not to be missed event, January 31st-February 3rd. If you’re in the LA area please stop by and say hello!

We’re excited to be bringing work from a baker’s dozen of our many talented photo-eye represented artists!

Kevin Horan

Here are a few highlights:

Nick Brandt

This Empty World, Photographs by Nick Brandt, 
Thames & Hudson, London, United Kingdom, 2019. In English. 120 pp., 70 color illustrations, 15x13".

Brandt recently released a new body of work, including a book, entitled, This Empty World 
with which he intends to raise awareness of how the often thoughtless construction of our modern world is so deeply impacting the biological structure and foundation of our dying world. photo-eye is honored to represent such a talented photographer and inspiring humanitarian.

Brandt’s passion for highlighting the destruction of the natural world translates to a deeply emotional experience and one that he wields toward the furtherance of environmental awareness. In 2010 Brandt Co-founded Big Life Foundation with one of the most respected conservationists in East Africa, Richard Bonham. Now, eight years later, Big Life protects 1.6 million acres with more than 200 rangers in 36 permanent and mobile outposts. With the aid of multiple patrol vehicles, tracker dogs, night vision equipment and aerial monitoring, this new level of coordinated protection for the ecosystem has brought about a dramatic reduction in poaching of ALL animals in the region, with numerous arrests of some of the worst, most prolific poachers.

photo-eye is pleased to offer a special print edition to accompany the release of the book This Empty World. Two Limited Editions of 50 copies each, with your choice of one 12 × 14-inch print (see below).

Limited Edition [A]: Construction Trench with Young Elephant & Workers, 12 × 14 inches.
Edition of 50 copies. Starting at $950.
Limited Edition [B]: Construction Trench with Jackal, 12 × 14 inches. Edition of 50 copies. Starting at $950

Tom Chambers

Tom Chambers, Hide Your Eyes, 2018, Archival Pigment Print, 22x13" Image, Edition of 20, $950

Tom Chambers is a creative genius in the photomontage realm of photography. Our current gallery exhibit features over two decades of Chambers’work in magic realism. In his new series, Tales of Heroines Chambers pays homage to strong young women and begins a conversation with us eye to eye.

» Read the full interview with Tom about Tales of Heroines

Mitch Dobrowner

Mitch Dobrowner, Fly Geyser, Location: Black Rock Desert, Nevada, 2018, Archival Pigment Ink, 
20x30" Image, Edition of 25, $2500
Mitch Dobrowner is a National Geographic feature photographer, most know for capturing vast landscapes in the eye of the storm. Dobrowner first began photographing storms about ten years ago and was immediately hooked. He says the experience has taught him the frailty of his own existence as well as a deep respect for the storms he now views as living beings. He finds oneness in knowing that each experience, like his own life, is fleeting and unique. Dobrowner, who lives in the Bay area will be attending PhotoLA on opening night. Don’t miss your chance to meet a truly talented artist and admirable human being!

To read more about Mitch, his process and his thoughts on life please check out this interview –
New Release: Mitch Dobrowner – Fly Geyser

Jo Whaley

Jo Whaley, Clematis, 2018, Archival Pigment Print, 24x19" Image, Edition of 25, $2000

Jo Whaley’s work is also on display in our Santa Fe gallery location and is being honorably featured in the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum as well. We’re excited to be bringing a few of Whaley’s most popular prints with us to LA. Whaley is known for her theatrical display of the disconnect we have as a culture with nature.

» Read our Inspiring Interview with Jo Whaley

Reuben Wu

Reuben Wu, LN 0309, Archival Pigment Print, 15x20" Image, Edition of 10, $950

Reuben Wu is our newest photo-eye represented artist. Wu, a British born child of the 1970s, is making his photographic debut at PhotoLA with two portfolios of work: Lux Noctis and Aeroglyphs. In addition to his recent success as a photographer, Wu is also a violinist, keyboardist, DJ and music producer for the popular electronic band Ladytron. With over 138K followers on Instagram, and his remarkable, otherworldly shots of drone-lit landscapes, Wu is well on his way to worldwide success.

» Check out photo-eye Gallery Director Anne Kelly’s interview with Wu

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All prices listed were current at the time this post was published. 
Prices will increase as the print editions sell.

For more information, and to purchase prints, please contact Gallery Staff at 
505-988-5152 x202 or