Joseph Bellows Gallery presents the solo exhibition, John Humble Los Angeles Cibachromes. The exhibition will present a selection of vintage Cibachrome color photographs that the artist created in 1980 as he began his highly acclaimed extended exploration and documentation of the greater Los Angeles landscape. Using a view camera and color materials, Humble created a vast document of the city’s urban surroundings, describing a changing physical and social landscape. The artist noted, “swift changes in the built environment, particularly the often awkward and interesting juxtapositions of old and new”. Humble’s brilliant photographs follow a particular lineage of picture making, one that honors […]
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