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Jim McHugh News

Artists Do L.A. at West LA College

September 13, 2018

West Los Angeles College invites the community to rediscover Los Angeles through the lens of 12 artists at the "Artists Do L.A." exhibit running from September 6th - October 20th. The exhibit will feature different Los Angeles neighborhoods that highlight the city's many vibrant personalities.

TYFA artist Jim McHugh was selected to participate in a further celebration of Los Angeles' dynamic history and its inspiration.

Jim McHugh recognized for his dynamic portraits of Los Angeles architecture and is well known for his celebrity portraits, some of which include Ed Ruscha, John Baldessari and David Hockney.

An opening reception will be held Thursday, September 13th in the college's Fine Arts Gallery from 5-8pm.

Copy Of -ART SHOW at The Container Yard

February 27, 2016

Over the weekend, The Container Yard hosted ART SHOW, which featured street artists and photographers from all over LA--including our own Jim McHugh and Juan Carlos Munoz Hernandez. For more pictures, follow the link below to the Poloroid blog where Jim's photos of the event are featured.

Jim Mchugh "Touch" at ESMoA

October 11, 2015 until January 31, 2016

For the "Touch" exhibition, ESMoA presented the magic of the LA art scene over the last four decades: i.e. portraits of artists in their studios by photographer Jim McHugh and a selection of original artworks by other artists. The exhibition was curated by Edward Goldman, Host of KCRW’s “Art Talk.”

Jim McHugh "Let's Get Lost" at new CBRE World Headquarters

November 7, 2013 - April 25, 2014

Jim McHugh's photography is featured in the newly designed CBRE offices in downtown Los Angeles. 

 

CBRE 

400 S. Hope Street 25th Floor 

Los Angeles, CA 90071

  

Jim McHugh's photograph of Mike Kelley at Centre Pompidou, Paris

May 2, 2013 - August 5, 2013

Jim McHugh's, 1982 photograph of Mike Kelley, will be included in the retrospective exhibition catalog for the Centre Pompidou, Paris, May 2 through August 5. This landmark exhibition will travel to MOMA-PS1 in New York City and MOCA, Los Angeles.

Jim McHugh Installation at LAX

September 2012 - March 2013

The Los Angeles Cultural Affairs department announces Let's Get Lost- Polaroids From the Coast, curated by Joe Lewis, Dean of the Claire Trevor School of the Arts at UC Irvine. The installation showcases a series of archetectual images and celebrity portraits which define the complexities and diversity of The City of Angeles. The exhibition will be on view from the end of September - March 2013 at LAX's Terminal 3 which welcomes millions of vistors annually to Los Angeles.

LA Street: Great Art is Born from Rebellion, Cooper Design Space

March 9, 2012 - August 15, 2012

Timothy Yarger Fine Art is proud to present an exhibition of 6 Los Angeles based artists: Chaz Bojorquez, Richard Duardo, Shepard Fairey, Ganjin Fujita, RETNA, and Sage Vaughn. Their vision, expressed in the graphic medium, is represented in the Cooper Design Space though collaboration with Modern Multiples Fine Art Editions.

Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980 Jim McHugh Studio Visits

November 11, 2011 - March 31, 2012

STUDIO VISITS is a series of artists' portraits and candid moments curated from the archives of photographer Jim McHugh. These photographs span over 3 decades, beginning in 1978 and continuing through the present. Many of the pictures are from the photographer's personal collection, vintage prints created on photographic materials that are now extinct. McHugh is considered a especially noted chronicler of contemporary West Coast artists. His collaboration with Abbeville Press and Chronicle Press for "California Painters: New Work" and "The Art of Light and Space" created unique views into the richly captivating world of the artist. What is most clear about these photographs is the great respect and exuberance the photographer holds for his subjects and their work.

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