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"Positive/Negatives: The Unity of Film"
2004-05-06 until 2004-08-01
Forest Lawn Museum
USA United States of America
Positive Negatives: The Unity of Film takes the viewer on a tour of photography as an art form. Photography captures distinct moments and places in time as no other medium can do. A man living on the street becomes a haunted soul; a landscape transforms into a new place full of romance and beauty; and obsolete film equipment changes into something of perfect design.
Amazing moments in political history are captured, the lives of forgotten people become stories of dignity and courage, daily scenes in Mexico are seen with new eyes, and the beauty of light and human form meld together. Photography becomes so much more than just a camera and film; it unites all of us through the perspective of a lens and film.
The following photographers’ work will be included in the
exhibit: Jacob Demirdjian, Kevin Tidmore, Ronald J. Dietel,
William Ortiz, Patrick Liotta, Vince Gonzales, and Kelly
Positive/Negatives: The Unity of Film is part of the Forest
Lawn Museum presents events which are designed to bring a
diverse mix of community, cultural, and historic art and
artists to the greater Los Angeles community. The exhibit is
open to the public at no charge seven days a week from 10:00
a.m. through 5:00 p.m.