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Ethan Pines + NEW THEME Exhibition & Opening Reception

Ethan Pines + NEW THEME Exhibition & Opening Reception
Courtesy of New Themes Gallery
Courtesy of New Themes Gallery

New Theme Gallery in Los Angeles is proud to present their first solo exhibition of award-winning photographer Ethan Pines. Starting off with an opening reception tonight, February 2nd, from 7pm-10pm, his work documents the peculiarity of forms borne of Los Angeles’ unique urban typologies. This exhibition reveals patterns of urbanization in Los Angeles while proposing a new, sustainable form in terms of New Theme’s recent design of the Green Greenberg Green House.

Pines’ award-winning editorial and commercial work has been featured in Wired, Los Angeles Magazine, The New York Times, Food & Wine, Sony Music and Dolby Laboratories. Over the last few years he has also documented the city in terms of private moments separated from the greater agglomeration. For more information, please visit here. More images of Pines’ work can be viewed after the break.

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Cite: Alison Furuto. "Ethan Pines + NEW THEME Exhibition & Opening Reception" 02 Feb 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884