It’s here…My new book, ”After/Image: Los Angeles Outside the Frame,” on Angel City Press, is making its way out into the world. It’s a collection of essays and photographs examining sense-of-place and the ever-evolving identity of the City of Angels.
I’ll be doing readings next month at Skylight Books (3/18), Eso Won Bookstore (3/19) and Vroman’s Bookstore (3/22). I will also be at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books April 21 & 22. Please stay tuned for details.
And if you are away from L.A., here’ where you can purchase directly from Angel City Press.
The new Summer issue of Boom has arrived. I have a short reflection in it — and photos — about when as a writer words don’t go far enough & what images say in their stead.
Elon, Camilo and will be at Doc-U-Ment presenting work about Los Angeles. A score, written for each grouping of images, was composed by project curator Alan Nakagawa. Swing by, bring your smartphone & earbuds so that you can fully inhabit each environment.
IT’S BEEN quite a kick (and scene-change) getting ready for the L.A. Pix, Still show that’s opening this weekend.
Just a few visual notes from prep last week. Finalizing images, purchasing and prepping prints and images.
The show is at the artist-run space, Doc-u-ment Coffee & Tea at 3850 Wilshire Blvd #107; It opens Dec. 7, 6-8pm — Koreatown.
Thanks, Elon and Alan, for all of the assist in helping jet-lagged, wandering-reporter me get this all together in no time.
JOIN US at Document Coffee Bar, a new artist run gallery and gathering space in Koreatown.
I’m excited to be a part of this project looking at L.A.
From one of my tumblr folks.
I love this so…
and it made me want to get out mine from last year, san francisco