Ginger Liu Photography Exhibited – Perfect Exposure Gallery – Burlesque! – The Monday Night Tease Retrospective – Los Angeles 1/10/12

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Burlesque!
The Monday Night Tease Retrospective

ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
Burlesque! — The Monday Night Tease Retrospective celebrates nine years of live performances at LA’s longest weekly running burlesque show. Since 2004, Monday Night Tease has been a staple in the variety arts world. Described as the heartbeat of the Los Angeles burlesque scene, it is a home to local performers as well as a destination for out of town artists. Producer Lili VonSchtupp prides herself with launching new talent as well as nurturing established performers to take risks and further their art form. Several burlesque shows have come and gone, but every Monday the backstage area of The Three Clubs in Hollywood pulses with the beat of makeup, glitter, shimmy belts, and pasties. The energy presented weekly at Monday Night Tease is unmatched and we are proud to share it with you through a collection of images captured by some of LA’s premier event photographers.

PHOTOGRAPHERS
Featuring work by Andrija Bloom, Azul DelGrasso, Brian C. Janes, Chris Beyond, Dan Hendricks, Ginger Liu, Jason Kamimura, Laura Creecy, PhotoJenInc, Samuel Hernandez, and Tom Yi.

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ABOUT THE GALLERY
The Perfect Exposure Gallery is the recognized venue in Southern California to display the work of award winning and accomplished photojournalists as well as works of photographers that regard artistry and craftsmanship as a standard of excellence. Established in 1998 as a much needed venue for LA photojournalists and photographers, the gallery continues to create unique exhibits through contact with various media organizations including The Associated Press, Magnum Photo Agency, The Los Angeles Times, Getty Images, and Agence France-Presse.
The mission of the Perfect Exposure Gallery is to present exhibits free of charge to the general public with the goal to exemplify the rich variety and impact of photography, freedom of expression, the aesthetic, the contemptible, and the sublime. In addition, the gallery works with a distinguished group of acclaimed photojournalists to produce ongoing seminars and workshops for both adults and youths.

Opening Reception: Thursday, January 10th 2013, 6-9 pm
Exhibit Dates: January 11th – February 16th, 2013
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 11am-4pm
Media Contact: Christina Covarrubias T 213.381.1137 · Christina@theperfectexposuregallery.com
Links: http://www.ThePerfectExposureGallery.com, http://www.MondayNightTease.com
Social Media: facebook.com/ThePerfectExposureGallery, @TPEGalleryLA, @MNTease
The Perfect Exposure Gallery
3519 West 6th Street
Los Angeles, California 90020
http://www.TheperfectExposureGallery.com
contact@theperfectexposuregallery.com
T 213.381.1137
T 213.381.1138

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Lil’ Kim wows the crowd at LA Pride

Lil’ Kim at LA Pride – Ginger Liu Photography

Lil’ Kim at LA Pride – Ginger Liu Photography

Lil’ Kim at LA Pride – Ginger Liu Photography

Lil’ Kim at LA Pride – Ginger Liu Photography

Lil’ Kim performed a one hour set for an exited crowd on the main stage at LA Pride 2012.

The American rapper first shot to fame as a member of Junior M.A.F.I.A. in 1995 with Notorious B.I.G.

Her solo career spawned three platinum albums with hit singles such as Crush On You.

 

Grand Marshal – Molly Ringwold:

“Christopher Street West, proud producers of LA PRIDE, have chosen 80’s teen-queen, and current star of ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Molly Ringwald, as the 2012 LA PRIDE Parade Grand Marshal. She has been selected for her long and unwavering support of theLGBT community. The 42nd annual LA PRIDE Parade takes place at 11 a.m. on Sunday, June 10, 2012, on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood.”

2012 LA Prid Honorees include, Kamala Harris, Attorney Gerneral for the State of California and Chaz Bono.

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Occupy LA protesters protesting against Bank of America take a break to use the cash machine

Protesters protesting against Bank of America take a break to use the cash machine.

Occupy LA & the 99%

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