Category: War on Graffiti

Ventura County Society of Abstract Expressionist Photography Group Show

September 7th, 2012 Permalink

Today we hung the show for the Ventura County Society of Abstract Expressionist Photography Group Exhibition at 643 A Project Space in Ventura, CA. The artist’s reception will be held on Friday, September 7 from 6-9 PM. The show will feature the work of not only myself, but of Hannah FitzGerald, John Nichols, Paulo Ruvalcaba, […]

The big show at 643 A Project Space

War on Graffiti by Jeremy Kirsch

Today we hung the show for the Ventura County Society of Abstract Expressionist Photography Group Exhibition at 643 A Project Space in Ventura, CA. The artist’s reception will be held on Friday, September 7 from 6-9 PM.

The show will feature the work of not only myself, but of Hannah FitzGerald, John Nichols, Paulo Ruvalcaba, Mark Luthringer and Tim FitzGerald. The show will consist of work ranging from traditional black and white prints to digital photography and 3D Videography. The artists work within their mediums to produce abstract imagery.

Don’t miss the Abstractionist event of the century!

634 A Project Space
643 N. Ventura Ave.
Ventura, CA 93001

War on Graffiti Redux

February 18th, 2012 Permalink

While in the throes of bookbinding delirium, I decided to bind a book of images from a series I shot about 10 years ago. Experiencing the backwash of one of the unfortunate hazards of the digital age, I came to realize that I had lost the original files and was left with only a few […]

War on Graffiti

While in the throes of bookbinding delirium, I decided to bind a book of images from a series I shot about 10 years ago. Experiencing the backwash of one of the unfortunate hazards of the digital age, I came to realize that I had lost the original files and was left with only a few small web images.

My solution was simple – I would re-shoot the entire series and bind the images as a new project. So-far so good. I’ve produced 20 rough images in 3 days.

War on Graffiti was my first digital photography project.