What: Special Edition: Selected Works by Moholy Ground Photographers
When: May 27– June 24, 2013
Where: The Ramp Gallery, a community curated space at 934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 9th)
This body of work, curated by Editor-In-Chief Rachel Kennedy, showcases three photographers who exemplify the scope of style and mastery of form fostered at Moholy Ground. Margo Moritz is a San Francisco based artist known for her dynamic dance and portrait photography. Kanoa Zimmerman, also out of San Francisco, shoots deep sea divers and surfers across the globe for major publications. Ian Martin’s humanist photography has garnered such honors as a Getty Foundation grant.
These three artists contributed to MOH Online’s debut editorial. Margo Moritz’s gravity-defying dance photography, Kanoa Zimmerman’s black and white images of the deep sea, and Ian Martin’s powerful photographs documenting white poverty in South Africa together illustrate the dynamic and at times challenging works that have come to define Moholy Ground Magazine.
About Moholy Ground
Moholy Ground (MOH) Online presents bodies of work by digital artists, photographers, and visual documentarians. Distinctively, the works they present are always accompanied by the artist’s voice, either through their own original writing or through an interview. The works on display at The Ramp are representative of Moholy Ground’s commitment to promoting a variety of exemplary, contemporary fine art and visual commentary. Moholy Ground is based in San Francisco, California and covers significant exhibitions in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
About The Ramp Gallery
The Ramp Gallery, a community curated space in the SOMArts lobby, accepts exhibition proposals on a continual basis. To view submission information as well as past exhibitions, please visit The Ramp Gallery page of our website here. To purchase work on display or for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can visit The Ramp Gallery any time SOMArts Cultural Center is open.
Images above by Margo Moritz, courtesy of Moholy Ground Magazine