UCLA Department of Art Lectures: James Welling
Artist James Welling’s early photographic work became identified with the Pictures generation of the 1980s. He has exhibited extensively, with recent solo exhibitions at Regen Projects, Los Angeles; David Zwirner, New York; and Maureen Paley, London, among others. For many years, Welling has worked in the intersection of photography and photographic technology, and his recent photographs investigate architecture and color. His new book is Glass House. Welling is a professor of photography at UCLA.
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