Gallery Luisotti (Santa Monica) presents a selection of photographs focusing on three visually distinct yet thematically coherent aspects of the gallery’s program: conceptual developments in Californian photography during the 1970s, postwar reexamination of the European landscape, and contemporary counterparts whose work continually question the role photography plays in critically evaluating our social landscape. The gallery is extremely pleased to be able to present vintage Ektacolor prints from John Divola’s seminal series, Zuma, alongside several exceptional Prototype prints by Lewis Baltz and two rare photograms by Barbara Kasten; three formative Southern Californian practitioners whose work combined Minimalist aesthetics with concerns rooted in Conceptualism.
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