April is the Month of Photography across the globe and FATHOM in Los Angeles, California is celebrating with a truly unique exhibition. Every morning through the month of April FATHOM will hang a new solo photography show. Each photographer will have their own dedicated gallery opening reception from 4PM to 8PM or noon to 5PM on Sundays. All of the photographers’ work, in the 30 Days and 30 Nights Exhibition, will be available for viewing throughout the month. This exhibition format is designed to combine the benefits of a group show with the focus of a solo show for each photographer. The exhibition gives photography collectors an opportunity to consider hundreds of images from 30 unique photographers — in one place for an entire month. Normally, this level of access would only be found at a photography festival lasting only a few frenetic days. The goal of this exhibition is to showcase all facets of photography from fine art through commercial, and photojournalism… and photographers from all career stages; the completely undiscovered through museum masters. It’s Fathom’s first show in their new downtown Los Angeles gallery and they are pulling out all the stops to make it something memorable.
Here are the eleven images selected by FATHOM to be part of this incredible show. These photographs were created with a Kodak Fun Saver Panoramic 35 disposable camera reloaded with Kodak Tri-X film.
“Surveillance” (17×7) Ruby Hill Road, Eureka, Nevada.
“No Deliveries” (17×7) Silver Peak Road, Silver Peak, Nevada.
“nothing” (32×13) US-95, Nothing, Arizona.
“BUMP” (32×13) Wiley Road, Gold Point, Nevada.
“No Tools” (17×7) Doobie Lane, Black Rock, Nevada.
“7th Street” (32×13) NV-278, Eureka, Nevada.
“WHOA” (32×13) NV-487, Baker, Nevada.
“Slow” (17×7) NV-582, Henderson, Nevada.
“Blackfeet” (17×7) Duck Lake Road, Browning, Montana.
“Rye Patch” (17×7) I-80, Imlay, Nevada.
“Deep Sand” (17×7) Ibex Dunes Road, Death Valley National Park, California.