Who Shot Rock & Roll Slideshow Night
The Annenberg Space for Photography presented the Who Shot Rock & Roll Slideshow Night on Friday, September 28, 2012 from 6:30-8:30pm. The event showcased images that continued to celebrate the themes of this exhibit. KCRW DJ Anne Litt will spin tunes during the event.
Look for this slideshow to be presented online soon.
Carlos Alvarez Montero
Valerie Jodoin Keaton
The Annenberg Space for Photography presented the Digital Darkroom Slideshow Night on Thursday, May 3, 2012. This event was an exciting showcase of images that continued to celebrate the themes of the exhibit.
This Slideshow Night inspired by the exhibit WATER: Our Thirsty World, took place on Earth Day April 22, 2012. It featured a broad spectrum of photographers covering the world of ecological and environmental issues surrounding water. We hope you will come celebrate this important and thought-provoking work on Earth Day - a day designed to inspire awareness and appreciation for our planet.
This Slideshow Night for the exhibit SPORT: Iooss & Leifer was dedicated to the talents of international sport photographers and featured a broad spectrum of images from photographers who cover the world of sports. The event took place on February 11, 2010.
The Slideshow Nights for the L8S ANG3LES exhibition focused on artists and themes around our inaugural exhibition.
This Pictures of the Year International (POYi) 2010 Slideshow Night took place on the evening of September 9, 2012 and focused on photojournalism and documentary photography. The images gathered for this presentation covered current subjects as varied as child marriage in Rajasthan, the 276 markers along the US/Mexican border, backstage at the New York fashion shows, a young nun’s first year of religious life, life without any lights in Ghana and the diverse cultures of Muslim women around the world.
This Slideshow Night is inspired by Pictures Of Year, International (POYi) 2009, focused on photojournalism and documentary photography. The images gathered for this presentation were culled from the work of 30 photographers, covering current subjects as varied as addiction, Native American socio-economic issues, International Affairs, Migrant Fishing in the Bering Sea, the fervor of Michael Jackson Fans, the cultures of Chinese Turkistan and Ethiopian Jews. The event took place on September 17, 2009.
The Extreme Exposure Slideshow Night took place on March 3rd, 2011 and focused on photography captured in and documented under extreme conditions and climates. The images gathered for this presentation covered current subjects as varied as the Huaorani indigenous people of the Ecuadorian Amazon, “The Smaller Majority” images of invertebrate animals and insects, Alaska’s Tongass rain forest and ecosystem, as well as the fragile and disappearing Arctic world of Siberia’s Nenet people.
The Annenberg Space for Photography presented the BEAUTY CULTURE Slideshow Night on Wednesday, November 16, 2011. This evening was dedicated to the talents of student photographers in and around the Los Angeles region. The screens of the Photo Space displayed a new array of exciting images from students in the community that focus on a wide range of themes and topics, including the subject of our the exhibition.