Life: A Journey Through Time at the Annenberg Space for Photography

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So happy to have my images from Niger, Ethiopia and Kenya  included in the slideshow presentation accompanying the exhibit  Life: A Journey Through Time.

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March 3, 2016   at 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los AngelesCA

LIFE: A Journey Through Time is a photographic interpretation of life on Earth from the Big Bang to the present by acclaimed National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting.

A new slideshow presentation of compelling images from photographers whose work complements the themes explored in LIFE: A Journey Through Time.
The photographers in the exhibit have greatly  inspired and influenced my own photography and I am incredibly honored to be a part of this show.

“No Strangers” The Annenberg Space For Photography-Slide Show

The slide show for the “No Strangers” exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography is now posted on their website. There’s a great selection of work from photographers all over the world. My section covers images of the vanishing tribal cultures from Guizhou, the Nagaland, Kham and Ladakh.

 http://www.annenbergspaceforphotography.org/events/slideshow-nights-new/no-strangers/76844 

Buddhist Nuns Ladakh

Buddhist Nuns Ladakh

No Strangers: Is an Exhibit of ancient wisdom in a modern world, a group show about the wonder of culture and the plight of indigenous people throughout the world.  The exhibit is guest curated by esteemed anthropologist, author and photographer Wade Davis.

“No Strangers” The Annenberg Space For Photography-Slide Show Presentation

My images of the vanishing tribal cultures from Guizhou, the Nagaland, Gujarat, Kham and Ladakh will be part of the slideshow presentation tonight at the No Strangers exhibit at The Annenberg Space For Photography.
 
 I’m  so sorry I can’t be there …caught in a blizzard in New York City…but hope my friends from the Los Angeles area enjoy the evening !

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No Strangers:  Is an Exhibit of ancient wisdom in a modern world, a group show about the wonder of culture and the plight of indigenous people throughout the world.  The exhibit is guest curated by esteemed anthropologist, author and photographer Wade Davis.
 
The photographers in the exhibit have greatly  inspired and influenced my own photography and I am incredibly honored to be a part of this show.

Terri Gold Featured At The “No Strangers” Exhibit At The Annenberg Space For Photography

I’m honored to announce that a selection of my images of the vanishing tribal cultures from Guizhou, the Nagaland, Gujarat, Kham and Ladakh have been chosen to be presented as part of the slideshow night for the “No Strangers” Exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography.
 
No Strangers
The Annenberg Space for Photography
The Annenberg Space for Photography is a cultural destination dedicated to exhibiting both digital and print photography in an intimate environment. The space features state-of-the-art, high-definition digital technology as well as traditional prints by some of the world’s most renowned photographers and a selection of emerging photographic talents as well. The venue, an initiative of the Annenberg Foundation and its trustees, is the first solely photographic cultural destination in the Los Angeles area, and it creates a new paradigm in the world of photography.
 
No Strangers:  Is an Exhibit of ancient wisdom in a modern world, a group show about the wonder of culture and the plight of indigenous people throughout the world.  The exhibit is guest curated by esteemed anthropologist, author and photographer Wade Davis.
 
The photographers in the exhibit have greatly  inspired and influenced my own photography and I am incredibly honored to be a part of this show.
 
Tickets are free but limited to 300. Food and Beverages will be served. Click the link below for tickets.
http://www.annenbergspaceforphotography.org/events/slideshow-nights-new/no-strangers
The Annenberg Space for Photography
Friday February 8 2013 6:30-8:30 (PST)
 
Photographers featured in the exhibit are Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher, Wade Davis, Chris Johns, Lynn Johnson, Steve McCurry, Randy Olson, Chris Rainier and Hamid Sardar.  Also included are Timothy Allen, Caroline Bennett, James P. Blair, Edward Burtynsky, David Hiser, Aaron Huey, Thomas Kelly, Mauricio Lima, William Fernando Martinez, James Stanfield, Brent Stirton, Amy Toensing, Jeroen Toirkens, A Yin and Gordon Wiltsie.
 
Photographers featured in the slideshow will be: Matt Black, Piers Calvert, Warren Clarke, Monica Denevan,Budi N.D. Dharmawan, Matilde Gattoni,Bjoern Lauen, Jan C Schlegel, Marieke ten Wolde, Mathieu Uoung, Sophie Zenon, Dani Planas Labad, Piper Mackay,Carlos Villalon, Brent Lewin, Kiliii Fish and Philipp Engelhorn.
 

“Photography is one of the most accessible and personal forms of art. We see the creation of the Annenberg Space for Photography as a service to the community where visitors can see the world through a different lens and leave feeling motivated to make positive change.”

–Wallis Annenberg
Chairman of the Board, President and CEO 
of the Annenberg Foundation