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Old November 16th, 2009, 06:23 AM
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Default Sports Photography: exhibit at the new Annenberg Space for Photography

Here. Shooting for SI at age 17 – dang.

Those of you in LA will want to check out the exhibit at the new Annenberg Space for Photography.


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Old January 5th, 2010, 01:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Nill Toulme View Post
Here. Shooting for SI at age 17 – dang.

Those of you in LA will want to check out the exhibit at the new Annenberg Space for Photography.


Thanks Nil for the reminder!

I missed this and am glad I found it. Everyone in LA should be going regularly to the Annenberg Space in Centruy City as it is a most amazing resource for everyone especially photographers. The folk are friendly, the exhibitions are very well presented and lectures are packed, so arrive early.

"Two of the world’s pre-eminent sports photographers, Walter Iooss and Neil Leifer, come together for their first ever two-man exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles. Spanning the careers of both men, the exhibit features over 80 photographic prints, including the iconic images of Muhammad Ali’s victory over Sonny Liston, and Michael Jordan in full glory. SPORT: Iooss & Leifer will take you on a journey through some of the most memorable and inspiring moments in sports history. These images shine a light on the tremendous power, grace and strength it takes to be a top athlete, and showcase celebrated personalities from the sports world.

A digital feature presentation will expand your experience by presenting several hundred additional photographs along with interviews and commentary from athletes and artists. The exhibit will also explore the concepts of the athlete as a hero and role model in our society, as well as how sports are used to improve the public well-being."


Thu, 01.07.10 Lecture, Neil Leifer
Thu, 01.14.10 Lecture, James Colton
Thu, 01.21.10 Lecture, Art Brewer
Thu, 01.28.10 Lecture, Kevin Lynch
Thu, 02.04.10 Lecture, Corinne Marrinan and Bruce Hall
Thu, 02.11.10 Slide Show NIght: Sport Photography
Thu, 02.18.10 Lecture, Jimmy Chin
Thu, 02.25.10 Lecture, Laila Ali and Mikki Willis
Thu, 03.04.10 Lecture, Jessica Mendoza and Marla R
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