About the Book
In his first photographic monograph Mark R. Thaler explores the painterly and dreamlike quality found in layered multiple exposure images taken of drifters, beach dwellers, and Los Angeles landscape. Paying homage to the experimental works of the great Edmund Teske, this new portfolio of photographs is a portrait of Southern California light and its luminous inhabitants.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Apr 12, 2012
- Tags multiple exposure, double exposure, Los Angeles, graffiti art, pedestrian photography, Southern California, Los Angeles murals, Edmund Teske, Venice Beach, Downtown Los Angeles, street art, painterly photography, Santa Monica, experimental light, Malibu
Brentwood School Photography is a dynamic program within the Visual Art Department. We teach traditional darkroom techniques along with state of the art digital photographic media. The program is open to new and advanced Upper Division photo students who attend Brentwood School in Los Angeles.