Click to preview L.A. STREET SCENES : Urban Iconography photo book

If you work in South Central L.A. you often wonder why the world only sees gray gangs and drug dealers. Easy. They sell in the movies - the archetypal bad guys. South Central doesn't look like that! So please enjoy these very real photographs of the merchants and street painters - and graffiti artists who inspire each other to tell all on the walls, benches, trash cans and any space - merchants and bangers alike - in an unparelleled display of publicbess! This book is to honor the real merchants and street painters of South Central, Pico and West Adams and give America a more accurate view of how these 'backstreets' look! Enjoy!


About the Author

Deborah Monroe
urbanicon Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA

born in Rochester, New York quite a while ago. Lived in SanFrancisco, moved to Switzerland, Germany and England. Has participated in numerous museum shows and biennalen - returned to U.S. and has been teaching the last 20 years -currently and for the last years in South Central L.A. - whence these photographs cometh.
Can be reached at <> put Blurbarian in subject box. I enjoy contact with other artists and your commentary. Deborah

Publish Date  November 12, 2008

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  52 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Fine Art Photography

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