The Photo Space is currently closed for the installation of the upcoming exhibit, Contact High: A Visual History of Hip-Hop, and the debut of Photoville LA, both opening to the public on Friday, April 26!
HaeRan Kang is a photographer in Los Angeles, born in Korea. HaeRan studied photography at the Art Center College of Design.
Beauty CULTure explores photography’s role in capturing and defining notions of modern female beauty and how these images profoundly influence our lives.
Melvin Sokolsky was born and raised in New York City where he started his distinguished career as a stills photographer.
Acclaimed Emmy-winning documentary photographer/filmmaker, Lauren Greenfield is considered a preeminent chronicler of youth culture, gender and consumerism, as a result of her monographs Girl Culture, Fast Forward, THIN and other photographic works.
His striking images, many of them iconic portraits of celebrities, have appeared on more than 100 covers of Vogue and been featured in other publications.
A photographer, makeup design director and master of color, Tyen has worked for the past 30 years with the House of Dior to create some of its most enduring images and products.
Adam Bordow is a photographer based out of Chicago, IL.
Alyssa Lavine graduated from Art Center College of Design in Photgraphy & Imaging with determination.
Andrea Pun is a Hong Kong-based photographer, art director and retoucher.
Andrew Harto is currently attending Santa Monica College to pursue a degree in photography.
Los Angeles based photographer and videographer, Brandon Keith Osborn enjoys many aspects of working with the lens.
Codi Barbini is a fourth year fine art major at CalArts, with a focus on Photography and a minor in writing.
Damon Casarez is a Los Angeles based documentary and portrait photographer who grew up in the Southern California suburb of Diamond Bar.
Dante Dauz walked different paths before following his true passion for photography.
Heather Landis is a graduate of the Art Center College of Design with a BFA in photography and imaging.
As a photography student, Irina Garaiacu is given the chance to experiment in any direction desired.