There is an group architectural photography exhibit sponsored by Freestyle that I am participating in coming up at the:
Creative Center for Photography,
5124 Sunset Blvd.,
Hollywood, CA 90027,
from the press release:
"The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy 2005 conference is being held in Los Angeles from October 19 through October 23. In addition to the conference, an architectural festival will take place throughout the greater Los Angeles area during the month of October. Festival activities include architectural tours of Los Angeles neighborhoods, special museum exhibits, book signings and musical entertainment.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy is the only organization dedicated solely to the preservation and maintenance of the remaining structures designed by Frank Lloyd Wright through education, advocacy, preservation easements and technical services.
The Gallery at the Creative Center for Photography is presenting photographs of architecture in Los Angeles and abroad. Strong West Coast School traditions and modern pictorialism balance frank presentation and romantic imagery in this exceptional exhibition of work from the Freestyle Advisory Board of Photographic Professionals.
Coming on the heels of pictorialism, the West Coast photographic vernacular is arguably the most influential and recognized of the 20th century. Defined by the works of Ansel Adams, Edward Weston and Group f/64, its sensibility celebrates the organic grandeur of our natural and manmade world. Yet, a resurgence of picturalism in the 21st century has brought with it a renewed interest in early hand-coated processes and so set the stage for a dynamic period in photographic arts.
Creating a dialog between these two, seeming dichotomous approaches, this exhibit remarks on the creative and functional forces that also inform architecture."