Exhibits, Art-Talks & Events

 
   
 

Sept 2nd -25th

 
   
 

Photography Past & Present | progress gallery & east gallery

 
 

Ansel Adams, Richard Avedon, Fred Brashear Jr., Henri Cartier Bresson, Wynn Bullock, Fatemeh Burnes, Harry Callahan, Julia Margaret Cameron, Michael Carenen, Nancy Carenen, Imogen Cunninghan, Edward Curtis, Tony deBie, Jack Delano, Mitch Dobrowner, Robert Doissneau, Jose Ortiz Echague, Walker Evans, Matthew Farris, Robert Frank, Will Funk, Mar Galliard, Bruce Hall, Heinz Hardenberg, Fred Hartson, Ernst Haas, E. O. Hope, Susan Ilsley, Rockwell Kent, Andre Kertesz, Dorothea Lange, Russell Lee, Hyun-Sook Lee, Linda McCartney, Douglas McCulloh, , Beaumont Newhall, Joyce Nugent, José Ortiz-Echagüe, Roger Parry, Kenneth Payne,  Irving Penn, Jan Pietrzak, Bruce Pottorff, Donald Ross, Merg Ross, Arthur Rothstein, Gene Sasse, John Sexton, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, Josef Sudek, George Tourdjman, Jerry Uslemann, John Vachon, Glen Waipa, Brett Weston, Dody Weston Thompson, Edward Weston, Thomas Wheeler, Minor White, Marion Post Wolcot, Joan Wynn, Derrick Yazzie

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 

 
 

Art-Talk | Sept 18th | 7pm

 
 

Please join us for our next zoom Art-Talk
with Mandi Batalo, Fred Brashear Jr. and John Brantingham
Saturday September 18th 7pm
https://mtsac-edu.zoom.us/j/7264573543
Please log on a few minutes before the talk starts.
We look forward to seeing everyone on our next talk

 
   
 

Starting this month our art-talks will be on zoom

 

 

   
 

 
 

Aug 21st -Oct 16th

 
 

Edward Weston Photographs | East Gallery

 
 

Among the twentieth century’s most influential art photographers, Edward Weston is widely respected for his many contributions to the field of photography. Along with Ansel Adams, Weston pioneered a modernist style characterized by the use of a large-format camera to create sharply focused and richly detailed black-and-white photographs.

The combination of Weston’s stark objectivity and his passionate love of nature and form gave his still lifes, portraits, landscapes, and nudes qualities that seemed particularly suited for expressing the new American lifestyle and aesthetic that emerged from California and the West between the two world wars. He spent the years 1923–1926 in Mexico City as a part of an international milieu of creative minds attracted by the post-revolutionary excitement of political activists and artists such as Diego Rivera, Jose Clemente Orozco, Tina Modotti, and others. From the moment he returned to the United States, he began making work that would fundamentally change the direction of photography in this country.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Ends - September 11th 2021

 

Gene Sasse: Black & White | collection gallery

 

Photography enables me to show the world what I see and a diary of where I have been and what I have seen. Photography is storytelling; stories can transport us — not only to another place, but inside another person’s life or take us on an intimate view of the structure of a flower.


Photography is probably is not different from other types of art, because people understand this is the artists’ vision. With photography most people view photography as reality, but in essence it’s the photographer interpretation of reality. I can change the interpretation or the story of a photograph by what I include or exclude in the image. to see more

 
 
   
   
   
 

 
     
     
       

 

 
 
 
       
           
           
     
     
     
     
 
 
 
         
         
         

Gallery address:
300 South Thomas Street
Pomona, California 91766
email: momo@theprogressgallery.com
cell: (415) 961-1855

 
 
 
   
     
       
     
 
             
           

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