We will exhibit all the dnj Gallery artists’ photographic project individually in Gallery II
for a two-week period.
Gil Kofman’s (January 7- January 19) project, “Formally Yours,” resumes attention of the
placement of images in a rectangular field. Much like a stage does for a play, Kofman’s
work creates an atmosphere for people to enter into his photographs, capturing a scene
of their lives.
LA Marler (January 21 – February 2) photo-based mixed media pieces, in “Vintage
Camera Art,” comments on the significance of words and communication in analog
media. She shows the differences leading up to the digital age.
Sia Aryai (February 4 – February 16) defines beauty in his pieces. He explores not only
the outward appearance of an object, but also the spirit and passion. The images in
“Moonlight” describe not only the color and shape, but with the appearance of the
personality and gesture too.
Darryl Curran ( February 18 – March 2) began participating in the camera-less practice in
the 60s and 70s, working with Robert Heinecken, creating the Los Angeles art scene.
In, “1965,” he constructs his images using color projection experiments, making a
comment on our cluttered (or unnecessary) surroundings.
Rick Risemberg (March 4 – March 16) studies communication. His images hint at the
making of meaning. His artwork shows a conflict between representations.