Tag: Edward Robinson

January 8th, LA: The Business of Photography in the Art World

American Photographic Artists, Los Angeles
The Business of Photography in the Art World
Wednesday, January 8, 2014 at 6:00 pm

“The fine art photography world is unique territory that requires a very specific skill set. Learn what contemporary galleries look for and how they select artist for representation. This informative event could help you realize your dreams as a fine artist and perhaps turn your passion into a full time career.

Join APA LA and photography gallerists Craig Krull (Craig Krull Gallery), Hannah Sloan (ROSEGALLERY), Photographer Scott Davis, (Scott Davis Photography) Edward Robinson (independent curator) and Michael Dawson (private photo dealer and founder Classic Photographs LA) as we explore the unique world of the fine art photography business.

This event is free to APA member, rsvp to director@apa-la.com. Non member fee $30, register here.”

6:00 pm networking and light meal
7:00 pm presentation

2525 Michigan Ave G5
Santa Monica, California  [map]

September 20th, Los Angeles: Conversation with Ken Gonzales-Day and Edward Robinson at LACMA

© 2011 Ken Gonzales-Day

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Ken Gonzales-Day in Conversation with Edward Robinson
Tuesday, September 20, 2011 at 5:30 pm
Free and open to the public, seating is limited.

Ken Gonzales-Day joins LACMA’s Associate Curator of Photography Edward Robinson for a conversation about his new work, PROFILED, and topics ranging from freedom, class and gender to the location of the soul. PAC Prize-winning artist Ken Gonzales-Day lives and works in Los Angeles. His photography-based interdisciplinary and conceptual practice explores the history of the medium, the construction of race, and the limits of representation, ranging from the origins of racial profiling to museum display.”

Ahmanson Building, Level 1
W 6th St and Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, California  [map]


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