Upcoming public presentations:

LECTURE:  Alchemical:  The rise of the fine art photography market and what we’re seeing today (a.k.a. “Follow the Money”)

ONLINE EVENT HOST:  Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP)

WHEN:  Saturday August 21 at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET)

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:  $35 LACP Members / $45 public 

LECTURE REGISTRATION:  LACP

LECTURE DESCRIPTION:

Alchemical:  The rise of the fine art photography market and what we’re seeing today (a.k.a. “Follow the Money”)

In this beautifully illustrated presentation, “Alchemical:  The rise of the fine art photography market and what we’re seeing today,” certified photography appraiser and photo historian Jennifer Stoots will provide a succinct review of the evolution of the fine art photography market in the United States. In the course of her talk, Stoots will:  Highlight influential people, galleries and institutions in the U.S. that championed photography in the early 20th century; cover key collectors and factors that fostered exponential growth from the 1970s to the end of the 1990s; analyze the top selling photographers and photographs; and finish with commentary centered around international photo fairs and the internet’s impact on the photography market in the last two decades.

The Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP), a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization, is a photo center devoted to advancing the skills and increasing the personal enrichment of photographers of all experience levels and ages. The organization offers nearly 150 photography classes and workshops each year, programs a variety of community events, supports artists through group and one-person gallery exhibits, and produces four annual contests/exhibitions. […]

LACP’s broad range of coursework ranges from documentary and fine art photography to studio photography and portraiture. Certificate Programs are available for a comprehensive course of study, in addition to an intense One-Year Professional Program, where students may elect to take an unlimited amount of workshops for one year. For students looking to become more involved in the photographic community, LACP provides Membership which offers numerous perks and benefits, including discounts on tuition, free admittance to events and guest lectures, lowered rates on studio and lab rental, and access to a library housing over 600 photography books.

Actively involved in community outreach, LACP is committed to supporting other non-profits which aid underserved youth, including the Variety Boys and Girls Club, Spark Program , Hollywood Heart and Pablove Shutterbug.

Jennifer Stoots

East Wing gallery stand at Paris Photo fair, 2013.

East Wing gallery, Stand D2, Paris Photo, Paris, November 2013