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"A Possible River" One of 7 Latino-Focused Exhibitions to Check Out by Bear Guerra

New York City’s largest photo festival is coming to Los Angeles. With Photoville now attracting close to 90,000 visitors to its Brooklyn iteration each year, expectations are high as its emblematic photo village – furnished with repurposed shipping containers, photo cubes, and banner installations – lands in Century Park, right at the heart of the sprawling metropolis, from April 26 to April 28 and May 2 to May 5. In line with its ideals of keeping world-class photography accessible, Photoville’s West Coast edition will bring together more than 55 exhibits, talks and workshops, presented by award-winning visual journalists, at no cost to the public.

Read more about Bear’s Photoville exhibit here.

Our Annual Photo Sale Is Here! by Bear Guerra

Hello! Our annual photo sale is here, with 8x10 prints by Roberto Bear Guerra for $100 (plus $15 shipping and handling) to benefit our labor of love: Fonografia Collective. Signed, exhibition quality, archival pigment ink prints on 8.5x11” Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper. Place your order by December 15th if you'd like to receive it in time for the holidays. Thanks! 


Bear's "Nature In Focus" Photo Workshop by Bear Guerra


Photography has become an important part of everyday life, but did you know that you can take beautiful photos with your phone that can also be used for science? Photography instructor Bear Guerra will share tips and tricks in this workshop at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County to make the most of your camera. November 6 | 7-9 pm on Tuesday evening.

South of Fletcher Launches this Fall by Bear Guerra

South of Fletcher: Stories from the Bowtie is our latest multi-platform storytelling project that will launch September 2018, exploring the past, present, and future of the Bowtie through personal stories and research findings. It'll unfold through a photography exhibition at Occidental College, five podcast episodes and three public discussions.

For more on South of Fletcher, visit Clockshop.