"The Long Road: A Photographic Journey"
A tribute to the life, work and passion of Hal Gould and
Denver's Camera Obscura Gallery.
“Month of Photography 2015: Ten Not-to-Miss Shows in March and April” - Denver Westword
“The same way musicians speak about Red Rocks with always very high regard, Hal kind of had that following among people in the photography world who showed [at Camera Obscura Gallery].” said Mark Sink, Founder of MoP Denver.
Part of the Month of Photography, Denver, 2015. This show will run March 6-May 5th.
Dona Laurita Gallery is excited to continue to present “The Long Road: a Photographic Journey”. The exhibit honors the legacy of Hal Gould. Born in 1920, Hal owned Denver’sCamera Obscura Gallery, one of the nation’s oldest fine art photography galleries, from 1979 to 2011. The exhibition includes photographs by Gould, a selection of artists directly and personally inspired by his work, passion and wisdom, as well as priceless works from Hal’s personal collection by some of the masters of the photographic medium.
April Opening, Artists’ Reception, and Events
• Saturday, April 25, 3-7 pm MoP Closing Party (Hal will be here from 3-5!)
Featured artists include Hal Gould, Loretta Young-Gautier, Jude Sanchez, Dona Laurita, as well as Ansel Adams, Sebastião Salgado, Ernest Knee, Man Ray, Phillippe Halsman, Jerry Uelsmann, Jacques Henri Lartigue, Walter Chappell, and Edward Curtis, AND, added for April, new pieces by Imogen Cunningham, Edward Weston, Brett Weston, Arthur Siegel, William Mortensen.
This is truly a rare opportunity to view, up close and in person, original photographs by the artists that defined photography, and to honor Hal Gould, the man that defined its presence on the Front Range.