Google’s Cultural Institute Los Angeles Street Art Capture by Julie Faith
Documenting a Faithful View of LA Street Art
Los Angeles, CA, May 4, 2015: The documentation continues on The Google Cultural Institute Street Art Platform with its Random Act Projects partnership, unavailing a new on-line exhibition by photographer Julie Faith, linked here: https://randomactprojects.culturalspot.org/exhibit/los-angeles-street-art-capture-julie-faith/4wIinO6yhPVTKg
Life-long photographer Julie Faith explores her world and her experiences, camera in hand. A beautifully shot series of photographs takes you into secret places to discover moments and small treasures in our everyday environment. Artists Swoon, Cryptik and Bandit are among over 38 artists shown in Faith’s exhibition, entitled “Los Angeles Street Art Capture by Julie Faith: Faithful View of Los Angeles Street Art.” These photographs illustrate the glimpses of creative inspiration left by artists in large environments and small spaces.
“There is simply nothing better than going into a situation unscripted, eyes wide open, camera in hand, and discovering something glorious.”
– Julie Faith
Andrea LaHue aka Random Act has partnered with the Google Cultural Institutes Street Art Platform to facilitate exhibitions documenting Street Art. Google re-launched its Street Art Platform in Los Angeles, California in March of 2015, Random Act Projects contributed 9 exhibitions. In an effort to show the world a non-bias view, as the art is experienced, Andrea LaHue enlisted well-known Street Art Photographers such as ColorsinLA (@colorsinla), Johanna Kolodny, (@eyeonthestreets), Karin Lindberg Freda (@KLFree), hollowdoubt (@hollowdoubt) and NvrAlone (@nvrAlone) for the inaugural exhibitions. The Los Angeles community Street Art projects SMILE SOUTH CENTRAL by Adam Ayala, Indian Alley curated by Stephen Zeigler and # EarthdayStreet2014 were also among the exhibitions. See the exhibitions linked here: https://randomactprojects.culturalspot.org/home
“Documenting the ever evolving 21st Century Street Art Movement helps elevate the practice to its rightful place in art history… “
– Andrea LaHue aka Random Act
Andrea LaHue aka Random Act operates Random Act Projects as a non-profit 501(c)3 endeavor under the Fractured Atlas Umbrella. Donations can be made at this link: https://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=8375.
Photo: Julie Faith, Artist: Unknown
Photo: Julie Faith, Artist: FEARO 153 UTI DVC
Photo: Julie Faith Artists: Man One, Coi, Bandit
Please contact Andrea LaHue at RandomActProjects@gmail.com for more information.