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Photography


Red Stairs - Oaxaca by Robin Becker 

15" x 12" 

Robin Becker has exhibited her work internationally and nationally including the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC; Tucson Museum, Tucson, AZ; Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ; Arizona State University Museum Gallery, Tempe, AZ; Kalamazoo Institute of Arts Museum Gallery, Kalamazoo, Michigan; Mitchell Museum Main Gallery, Mt Vernon, ILL; Southern Illinois University Museum at Fanner Hall, Carbondale, IL; and in Japan: the Aoyma Gallery, Aoyma, Japan; Nakazawa Gallery and the Heartland Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.

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$600
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$150

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Debbie Harry, Blondie July 19th 1978 by Ray Olson 

13.6" x 20" 

 

Ray Olson was raised in San Diego, CA and it was here that he was first given an all-access photo pass by a local music promoter. This partnership lasted several years, and he photographed hundreds of musical shows until he moved to San Francisco to continue his music industry photography. Ray remains passionate about live musical performance, and his work has been featured on the covers of music magazines worldwide, album covers, tour books, and musical instrument advertising campaigns. He is also a landscape photography enthusiast, and has taught lighting seminars, color management seminars, classes on portraiture, and on large format camera technique. He has spoken as a panel member at The Foto 3 conference on the future of the camera and is currently a Professional Imaging Product Specialist with Leica Camera, USA.


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$1,000
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$500

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Man Reading Paper in Park, NYC 2012 by Damon Pablo 

9" x 13" 

Los Angeles and New York City based “street photographer”, Damon Pablo, has been out taking photographs for the past twenty-five years. He was first introduced to the genre while studying at ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena. His work focuses on documenting private moments experienced in public and the feelings these images evoke. He was a recipient of PDN’s “Curator Award” in 2017, which honored outstanding and undiscovered fine art photographers - and his work was shown at the Milk Gallery in NYC. This is the first time his work is being shown at a Leica Gallery, which has been one of his lone-time goals. Damon shoots only black and white film, using a Leica M7 rangefinder and just one lens - a 35mm Summicron. He is still printing in a traditional darkroom and on any given day he can be found out wandering the streets with his camera in hand - and his pockets full of film.

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$300
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$150

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Photo by Olivia from Roosevelt Elementary

City Hearts Fresh Focus Photography Student

16" x 20" 


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$500
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$100

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Light Rain by Adolfo 

City Hearts Fresh Focus Photography Student 

16" x 20" 


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$500
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$100

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South of Tillamook, OR 2019 by Charlie Lieberman 

23.5" x 12.75"

Shortly after completing college, Charlie decided to change directions and pursue a career in photography. Other than a deep appreciation for the photographic image he had no experience in the field. He wandered the streets trying to see if he was capable of creating quality photographs, to see if he could teach himself how to take a good picture. Gathering up his confidence, he then set out to freelance as an editorial still photographer. He spent a few more years enhancing these skills when a filmmaker hired him to shoot production stills on a documentary project. Finding cinema as interesting as stills, Charlie pursued that branch of photography by first working in documentary, educational and industrial film. He eventually moved to Los Angeles and continued to have success as a Director of Photography in dramatic television and independent film. All during this time he never stopped capturing still images. His love of natural locales caused him to shift his subject of interest from urban landscapes to natural ones.

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$1,500
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$750

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Early Morning at the Talat; Khrunthep by Ashley Elizabeth Alexander 

12" x 17" 

Ash Alexander grew up between Berkeley, CA and Bangkok. She is now based in Los Angeles completeing her B.A. at Art Center College of Design and Imaging. Alexander’s personal work often explores her mixed identity and transnational upbringing. Once a year, she travels to Thailand to see her mother and reconnect with her community there. Each visit she saves one evening to spend a night at her friend’s painting studio on the outskirts of Bankok (“Khrunthep”). As part of this tradition, they wake up before sunrise to head to the market (“talat”). Afterwards, they all around the nearby park’s lake as the day begins. In this photograph, you see a man fishing in the lake, basking in the early morning light.

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$450
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$100

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Bob Marley at Home reading the Trades (Kim in the mirror) by Kim Gottlieb-Walker

11.6" x 16.6" 

Kim Gottlieb-Walker is an American photographer living and working in Los Angeles, CA. Over the past 50 years, she has built a distinctive portfolio that includes some of the most notable musicians and personalities of the '60s and '70s.  A graduate of UCLA with honors in Motion Picture Production, Kim worked as a photographer in the LA underground scene of the early '70s, accompanying journalists on assignments. She also worked at Paramount as unit photographer for Cheers for nine years and Family Ties for five. In 1980, Kim was one of the first women admitted to the International Cinematographers Guild, IATSE Local 600 and served as an elected representative for still photographers on their National Executive Board for nearly three decades. Kim Gottlieb Walker's work has been exhibited in solo shows at the Jamaican Consulate in New York, Proud Gallery in Camden, London, Sugarmynt Gallery in S. Pasadena and KM Fine Arts in West Hollywood.  She has been published in MOJO, Rolling Stone, Time, People, The Free Press, and LA Weekly.

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$6,000
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$750

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Together (@ 1st and Hill) by Stephen Dietrich 

24" x 14" 

Stephen Dietrich is a photographer from Portland, Oregon that has called Los Angeles home since 2003. He was naturally drawn to Street Photography as a means to share his POV and photographed the youth culture through skateboarding & music. The city of Los Angeles has been a heavy influence as his style evolves and continues to feed his curiosity to capture culture through portraits, fashion and street photography.

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$500
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$50

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$50 Donation to City Hearts: Kids Say Yes to the Arts 

A $50 donation to City Hearts: Kids Say Yes to the Arts

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$50
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$50

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