Museum of Art & History (MOAH) in Lancaster, CA hosted a zine fest along with an artist discussion panel on January 7th as part of their exhibition, Dark Progressivism: The Built Environment. I was honored to be invited to attend and table my zine, A Sad Flower in the Sand.
The Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust celebrated their 15 year anniversary in June with a beautiful party at their Fremont Community Garden. It was a wonderful chance to honor the LANLT staff and those who have sponsored and supported their work throughout the years. It was also an opportunity for everyone to see how much growth and progress has occurred in the garden over the past year, including the completion of the new state-of-the-art greenhouse.
The following images are from a roll of Kodak Plus-X pan film that I recently discovered in an abandoned building out in the desert. This roll of 36 black-and-white frames appears to have been exposed in the late 70's or early 80's.