It's that time of year and MOPLA is once again upon us. Saturday's opening sees a lot of activity over at Bergamont Station, including the second Lise Sarfati show at Rose Gallery, which should be worth the trip in itself. Be sure to check their website to see all of the programming, as there are a lot of good shows going on.
March 26th, 2012 (Los Angeles, CA)- The Lucie Foundation is pleased to announce the fourth edition of
Month of Photography Los Angeles (MOPLA), kicking off on Saturday, March 31st. This year’s theme is
Intersect: An Exploration of Innovation and Technology in Contemporary Photography, and over the
course of the month, MOPLA is presenting a series of dynamic photography programs related to the topic
of new technology. MOPLA 2012 will engage and stimulate the Los Angeles photography community via
its comprehensive slate of group and solo exhibitions, outdoor photo projections, portfolio reviews, photo
workshops, artist lectures and more.
MOPLA provides an invigorating forum for photography in Los Angeles through partnerships with local
galleries, museums, studios, curators, photographers and magazines. It’s programming aims to inspire and
engage the professional, enthusiast, emerging artist, and collector—both young and seasoned.
Past editions of MOPLA have been a tremendous success, with over 25,000 people taking part over three
years. Current partners include Los Angeles Times, Robert Berman Gallery, Frank Pictures, Photo
District News, The Icon, Smashbox Studios, Santa Monica College, A And I Studios, APA, ASMP, Rose
Gallery, Venice Arts Gallery and dozens more.