This exhibition at Joseph Bellows Gallery in La Jolla, features American photographer Randal Levenson’s photographs selected from three bodies of work: Americana, Mexico, and In Search of the Monkey Girl. The three distinct groupings range from the artist’s black and white photographs from the 1970’s to large-scale color prints from this decade. In Search of the Monkey Girl presents a selection of black and white images from the ten years Levenson traveled with various sideshows and carnivals throughout 1970’s. During this period, Levenson captured mesmeric and compassionate portraits of the assorted community of performers and workers. His camera also revealed […]
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