Los Angeles

Open Show LA #34: The Gallery Presents

June 1st, 2016

07:30 PM - 09:30 PM

The Gallery Presents

12609 Hawthorne Blvd, Hawthorne, CA 90012

Join Open Show Los Angeles Wednesday, June 1, at The Gallery Presents in Hawthorne for an evening of photography presented by the artists themselves. While you're there, take in the gallery’s current exhibit, “Distant Memories” by our own Richard S. Chow.


Steve Chavarria, As Real As Our Bodies, http://iwritelightphotography.com
Mirabelle Jones, Portraits Of Unacceptable Women, http://www.MirabelleJones.com
James Lembeek, A Night In LA, http://www.lembeckstudios.com
Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke, Promenade In The Féraud, http://www.pascalinedoucindahlke.com

Open Show Los Angeles provides a forum for our local community of visual storytellers to share their projects. Each month photographers, filmmakers and multimedia producers of L.A. gather at different venues around town for an evening of live presentations and lively conversations.

Four or five curated presenters have 15 minutes each to introduce one project. Both ongoing and completed work is accepted. We welcome diverse topics ranging from documentary to fine art.



A Night In La

James Lembeck

As people sleep, LA has another side. One that reveals itself to those that look closely. Some, recovery from the day, some, silent irony that is overlooked during the the mad rush of self sufficiency that is required to call LA home. Finding that beauty in the dark is the focus of my work.


Portraits Of Unacceptable Women

Mirabelle Jones

Portraits of Unacceptable Women explores the historically oppressive narrative of strong, independent women depicted as witches, spinsters, and "hysterics" through a combination of embroidery, digital photography, and poetics.


Promenade In The Féraud 2014 Series

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

These pictures were taken in July 2014 during a long week-end in Provence (France) with several friends and their families at an old vineyard property called Les Féraud.


As Real As Our Bodies

Steve Chavarria

My project As Real as our Bodies focuses on elevating environmental justice through portraits of my communities of color. It consists of double exposures via medium and large format. I expose for a portrait, and then expose a piece of our natural world.



  • Jonas Yip
  • Richard Chow