What’s on in Los Angeles

Fredrick Broden vs photography at the Clark/Oshin Gallery

Texas-based photographer Fredrik Broden’s work has appeared in Time, Wired, the New York Times Magazine and GQ. The Swedish artist’s conceptual work is direct and humorous, leaving no question to its intended message.

Fredrick Broden vs photography

Clark/Oshin Gallery

June 5 – July 16

5450 Wilshire Boulevard

Los Angeles California 90036

Engaged Observers: Documentary Photography since the Sixties at The Getty Center.

Photojournalism in the second half of the 20th century gets the Getty treatment in this fantastic exhibition of independent photojournalists whose work has diversified from magazine spreads into powerful book-length projects that have documented the world. Both are on display here by such photojournalist luminaries as W. Eugene Smith, Lauren Greenfield and Leonard Freed with images from the American Civil War to turn of the century activism.

Engaged Observers: Documentary Photography since the Sixties

The Getty Center
June 29–November 14, 2010

West Pavilion, Terrace Level,

J. Paul Getty Museum,

1200 Getty Center Drive,

Los Angeles, CA 90049

Eye Photo at the Bob Poe Gallery

Bob Poe’s i-Phone photography is exhibited at the photographer’s gallery at Bergamot Station and features intimate i-Phone images of the human eye and one non-human eye for viewers to guess.

Eye Photo

June 19 – August 15

Bob Poe Photographic Art

Bergamot Station

2525 Michigan Ave., Gallery G8A

Santa Monica, CA 90404

Ginger Liu

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