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The HeART of the City Award event celebrates the nonprofit organization’s three years of “wholeheARTedly loving our city and telling its stories.”
More than 20 collections will be on display at The LGBTQ Center of Long Beach starting Saturday, featuring photos and ephemera from the West Hollywood-based June Mazer Lesbian Archives.
With the latest edition of his Power of Choice exhibit, Long Beach-based photographer Duke Givens amplifies the impact of choices by juxtaposing the diverse paths of friends and colleagues.
Matt Roberts first set out on Dec. 18, 2012, on a mountain bike armed with his Canon Rebel, to document the people of Long Beach.
As a longshoremen of nearly 20 years and a San Pedro resident for life, 53-year-old Ibarra calls himself “old”, but the prolific photographer still follows the music with his lens and keen eye for movement.
This Saturday the opening night of Lost But Chosen: A Tribute to Malditas, a solo photography show featuring new works from Jose Cordon, will take place at Made by Millworks from 5:00PM to 9:00PM.
Liezel Rubin’s recent series, The Somewhere In-Between, is somewhat haunting. Her sepia-toned portraits of characters that seem ready to float out of their frames, will be on display at Berlin Bistro this Saturday through Tuesday, January 31.
Local photographer John Montich collects with his camera lens overlooked items, mementos shoved aside, abandoned objects left to rust and rot. In the case of his upcoming show, Fast Forward? his photographs of unrideable bicycles show just a few of the dozens of discarded bikes he’s immortalized with his eye for the neglected.
A Long Beach professional photographer raked in numerous awards this year at the Professional Photographers of California Pro Photo Expo and Conference Awards Ceremony in March held at the Pasadena Convention Center.