LACP Sixth Annual Members Exhibition

The Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) proudly presents its Sixth Annual Members’ exhibition, a beautiful collection of photography selected by Douglas McCulloh, Senior Curator of Exhibitions, California Museum of Photography, Riverside. CA. Douglas selected 50 images (from 39 photographers) for the exhibition at dnj Gallery, showing August 10 – 31, 2019. As part of its mission, LACP strives to support its Members in many ways, including this annual exhibition, open to Members only.

“Gold Line Blur” Andy House 2019

“Gold Line Blur” Andy House 2019

Juror’s Statement:
“I am not particularly interested in avant-garde photography or traditional approaches, alternative processes or digital manipulations. I have no special fascination with the staged, the found, or the vernacular, with street photographs, portraits, landscapes, or any other molecular subcategory. What I love is the entirety of the art, the whole shambling, fabulous beast of photography. Which is why I reveled in the thousands of images produced by the members of the Los Angeles Center of Photography. (And why, like composing a photograph, it was torturously tough to decide what could be left outside the frame of this exhibition.) The process deeply reinforced another fact. Los Angeles is an uncommonly rich, complex, and wildly diverse creative ecosystem. It is a place where every type, flavor, and subspecies of photography interbreed continually and shamelessly. Enjoy the offspring, and carry on causing trouble.” – Douglas McCulloh