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Todd Eberle: Empire of Space

June 24
6:00 PM
WUHO Gallery: Los Angeles

Event Overview

On May 4, 2017, Woodbury University’s Julius Shulman Institute will honor photographer Todd Eberle with the prestigious JSI Excellence in Photography Award. Eberle studied at The Cooper Union in New York and was Vanity Fair’s Photographer at Large for over 20 years. Todd Eberle is an acclaimed New York Citybased photographer whose work is united by a clean and analytical minimalist aesthetic. Eberle’s subjects run the gamut from political, art, and cultural figures to architectural landmarks and technology.

In addition to the award, an exhibit of Mr. Eberle’s work, Todd Eberle: Empire of Space, curated by Audrey Landreth, will be at Woodbury University’s Hollywood Outpost (WUHO), from May 4 – June 25th. The opening will be May 4th. The exhibit will feature some of his most well known images of architectural works and portraits of cultural luminaries Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry, Julius Shulman, Florence Knoll Bassett, and Phillip Johnson.

Parking Information:
There are several lots near the gallery.
Accessibility Information:
accessible

Event Overview

On May 4, 2017, Woodbury University’s Julius Shulman Institute will honor photographer Todd Eberle with the prestigious JSI Excellence in Photography Award. Eberle studied at The Cooper Union in New York and was Vanity Fair’s Photographer at Large for over 20 years. Todd Eberle is an acclaimed New York Citybased photographer whose work is united by a clean and analytical minimalist aesthetic. Eberle’s subjects run the gamut from political, art, and cultural figures to architectural landmarks and technology.

In addition to the award, an exhibit of Mr. Eberle’s work, Todd Eberle: Empire of Space, curated by Audrey Landreth, will be at Woodbury University’s Hollywood Outpost (WUHO), from May 4 – June 25th. The opening will be May 4th. The exhibit will feature some of his most well known images of architectural works and portraits of cultural luminaries Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry, Julius Shulman, Florence Knoll Bassett, and Phillip Johnson.

Parking Information:
There are several lots near the gallery.
Accessibility Information:
accessible