About the curator: Since its inception in 1986, the Fahey/Klein Gallery in Los Angeles has embraced a broad range of diverse photographers from Edward Weston to Berenice Abbott; Man Ray to Henri Cartier-Bresson; Irving Penn to Melvin Sokolsky; Horst P. Horst to Herb Ritts; Peter Beard to James Nachtwey, among many others. A leader in the field of photography specializing in 20th century and contemporary fine art photography, Fahey/Klein Gallery holds over 8,000 photographs as well as a digital catalog of over 10,000.
About the artist: A Los Angeles native, Brendan Pattengale is a photographer with a painter’s eye for color and composition. He is constantly in pursuit of broader horizons, seemingly untouched territories, and explosive vastness and depths. In May of 2019, he showed in London at The Store X in an exhibition titled, “Look Toward Another Land,” curated by Carrie Scott. Furthermore, he has shown at the Fresno Art Museum in “California Nature”, curated by Joseph Belloli (January-July 2018). Pattengale has also been exhibited at Fahey/Klein Gallery (February 2017) in Los Angeles. Pattengale received his BA in Studio Art from the University of California at Davis and has dedicated the past decade to mastering photographic techniques and examining these in relation to nature. He has been commissioned by GQ Magazine (June 2019), featured in DestinAsian Indonesia (July 2019), GUP Magazine (May 2019), and Topic Magazine (January 2019). His fine art has been reviewed in the Los Angeles Times, LALA Magazine, and Lenscratch Magazine. In 2017, Pattengale was selected as the Juror’s Choice Honorable Mention photographer of Review Santa Fe’s The Project Launch, awarded by Christy Havranek, Photo Director of the Huffington Post.
COLOR OF LOVE
Oct. 19, 2019 | 5-8pm
Closing tour and reception
Nov. 16, 2019