CoPA June 2021 Virtual Members’ Meeting

 

June 8 @ 6:00 PM8:00 PM

Kim Hanh Smoking, Lawrence D’Attilio

 

CoPA Presents an Evening with Larry D’Attilio

Tuesday, June 8 via Zoom

 

6:15P Announcements / 6:30P Featured Speaker

Meeting is open to CoPA and MARN members and students.

Subject: Making Impactful Images Now? Take the next big step for greater recognition.

BasicTopics: Knowing your reasons for making photographs – what are your driving forces?
Building an easily identifiable style people will like and remember.
Getting your work in front of the public despite the brick walls.
Critique your past images to grow the current ones better than ever.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/98175881302?pwd=OVNRRVc1M3VVM29ZSFlQSXpmWjZHdz09

Meeting ID: 981 7588 1302
Passcode: 906230

Lawrence D’Attilio, nicknamed Larry, is an award-winning international fine art photographer, author, workshop leader and human rights champion. He is based in Los Angeles after pursuing his photography art in Milwaukee for 50 years. His first public success was being awarded “Best Photographer” at the Lakefront Festival of the Arts the first year they had that award. Soon after he became recognized for his seminal project about Milwaukee’s industrial decline, “Urban Inversions,” a permanent 40-artwork exhibit of that 1970-1996 project was recently installed in Pegasus Partner’s Ltd. new office building in Mequon.

His many other projects over the years covered women’s issues, the environment, composited abstracts, and a still-ongoing project about the culture of Vietnam. That project, and his almost sold out published book on Vietnam, “The Soul of Vietnam,” is a result of his living in Vietnam for 54 months spread over 12 years.

D’Attilio is also celebrated for being one of the first art dealers for fine art photography in the U.S., known as the Bathhouse Gallery on Jefferson Street, begun by Roald Bostrom and Larry. That gallery’s first solo exhibit was by Ansel Adams, their photography teacher.  It was also Adams’s earliest commercial gallery sales success with many of his 16×20 prints sold to Milwaukee residents for $150 each.

Larry’s numerous solo exhibits have been in Italy, Vietnam, Malaysia, Spain and the U.S. He has taught photography over the years and is a founding father of CoPA since conceiving and sponsoring, with restauranteur Mary Krimmer, CoPA’s beginning known as “The Schmooze.”

ZOOM INFO
CoPA June Member’s Meeting with Larry D’Attilio
Time: Jun 8, 2021 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
6:15P Announcements
6:30P Featured Speaker

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/98175881302?pwd=OVNRRVc1M3VVM29ZSFlQSXpmWjZHdz09

Meeting ID: 981 7588 1302
Passcode: 906230

One tap mobile (call in, no video): 312-626-6799

 

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