Curated by George Stoll
Douglas Hill's commercial architectural photography has been widely published in Metropolitan Home, House Beautiful, Architectural Record, Domus, World Architecture, and Coastal Living. He has been teaching at UCLA Extension since 1994. Hill's work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions at G. Ray Hawkins Gallery, Santa Monica; The International Center for Photography, New York; Kunsthaus, Zurich; Friends of Photography, Carmel; Kunstgewerbemuseum, Zurich; Prairie State College, Chicago; The Photography Place, Philadelphia, and publications: American Photo; Camera; 24 Hours in the Life of Los Angeles; The New Color. Hill is included in the collections of the J. Paul Getty Museum; the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego; the Library of Congress and the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson. He lives in Los Angeles.
Artwork Selected by the Curator
Renee Petropoulos holds a fine arts degree from UCLA and lives and works in Venice, California. Petropoulos is a painter whose work has become increasingly three-dimensional, reflecting an interest in decorative forms and images of different cultures. Heavily influenced by street art, her works often involve several layers of painted imagery. Her public art commissions include a large painted ceiling at the downtown Los Angeles Public Library, a series of sculptures in Culver City, and a collaborative project for the Municipal Services Building in downtown Philadelphia.George Stoll is a sculptor who lives and works in Los Angeles. He has show his work internationally since 1994, including solo shows at Anthony Grant, New York; Paule Anglim, San Francisco; Angles, Los Angeles; Windows, Brussels; and Gallery Seomi, Seoul among others. Other exhibitions include a survey with Clay Ketter at the Rose Museum at Brandeis University (2000) and a joint show with Mark Bennett at the Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati (1996). George Stoll’s work has been acquired by several institutions, including UCLA’s Hammer Museum; MOCA, Los Angeles; and the Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington. In 2005, he became a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome. His work is represented by Kim Light/Lightbox in Los Angeles and by the Baldwin Gallery in Aspen, Colorado.