The Robert Koch Gallery presents Robert Heinecken and Edmund Teske: Experimental Photomontage, an exhibition pairing these innovative photographers together for the first time. Both teachers in the University of California, Los Angeles’s influential photography program during the 1960s, Teske and Heinecken are known for their alternative approaches and processes that challenged and expanded traditional notions of the medium.
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