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Young blood, pushing the boundaries of the digital color print


The color of blood is influenced by the amount of oxygen it possesses. The closer to the arteries, the brighter the red. The further it gets from those arteries, the darker the red. Fahey/Klein Gallery presents Young Blood, a group show featuring four young artists working within the tradition of color photography: Brendan Pattengale, Chad Pitman, 
Torkil Gudnason, Nick Cope – Dustin Arnold. These photographers are embracing traditional dark room techniques while pushing the boundaries of the digital color print. Each artist is using the medium to investigate the new directions of color photography with the vigor and the dedication of a scientist looking for a cure. Fahey/Klein Gallery tries to invigorate these artists with the oxygen they need to help their color work shine brightly.


Young Blood
February 16th through April 8th, 2017
Fahey/Klein Gallery
148 North La Brea Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036

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