Perfect Exposure Gallery: A Photographic Group Show Begins

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One of the coolest photo galleries in Los Angeles, The Perfect Exposure, hosts a group show that opens on November 16, 2017 and run through December 15, 2017.

A recognized and highly acclaimed venue in Southern California, The Perfect Exposure displays the work of award winning and accomplished photojournalists as well as works by photographers who regard artistry and craftsmanship as a standard of excellence.

The Old Atlanta Prison. Photo by:Richard Greene

The Perfect Exposure takes pride in presenting their exhibits free of charge to the public in order to exemplify the rich variety and the powerful impact of photography. Gallery owner, Armando Arorizo, an accomplished photographer in his own right, supports freedom of expression and provides a forum for the aesthetic, the contemptible and the sublime.

Jutemill Laborers Photo by: Barbara Davidson

Exhibiting Artists for the up-coming November group show include: Barbara Davidson, Carol Bishop, Dan Burkholder, E. F. Kitchen, Claudia Kunin, E. K. Waller, Marcela Taboado, Charles Trainor, Nick Ut, Richard Greene, Roy Dybuncio, Armando Arorizo and Young Lee.

Water Series #15 Photo by:E. F. Kicthen

“The photographers in this show examine a number of interesting subjects,” says Armando Arorizo. “We have beautiful, compelling images of landscapes, still life, portraits, as well as documentary photography. Though they all work in a in variety of styles, they all share a common photographic tool. Their cameras, which they all put to good use.”

Past exhibits at the gallery have included music, free wine, tasty finger food and a lively crowd.

The Perfect Exposure is located at 1125 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles 90019. The exhibit begins at 6pm on Thursday, November 16th and continues through December 15, 2017.

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Ample parking is available on site.






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