Venice 1955-2000 – Benefit Slide Show
WORKS BY 6 VENICE PHOTOGRAPHERS
Special Benefit for PRT! Tickets $15 or 2/$25
Wed September 30th 8pm Narrated by Maryjane.
Tickets $15 each or 2 for $25.
Speak with the Artists CHARLES BRITTIN, RODRICK
BRADLEY ANTHONY FRIEDKIN, FRANK TALBOTT
CHARLES BRITTIN His archives have been acquired by the Getty Museum and will be part of the Spring 2011 Exhibit there. Charles prints of The Civil Rights Movement in the US from the 50s and 60s are core to our culture. Now in his 80s, he continues work with the new digital cameras.
ANTHONY FRIEDKIN Well known for his images depicting surfer and skateboard cultures, including “Dog Town” youths. He’s also made fine art prints of prisoners in USA prison settings, when not employed shooting stills for many feature films.
RODRICK BRADLEY His archives are huge (he recently unfroze and developed over 800 rolls of film)! He continues life as an Emmy Award director of cinematography. His lates (2008) is an Ethiopian Feature Film “In Search of Beauty” based on the works of a major poet.
FRANK TALBOTT For Maryjane’s last show, she presented one entire contact sheet of 1964 shots of the Venice Peninsula which Frank reshot frame by frame in 1994 to compose two large blowup prints contrasting the dual time frames of Venice![/one_half]
Pacific Resident Theatre.
703 VENICE BLVD (4 BLOCKS WEST OF LINCOLN)
VENICE, CA 90291
Additionally there’s work by Rick Sinatra and Darryl Golden, lots of informative narrative of Venice history, and plenty of time for schmoozing with the artists at this casual fund raising event!