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  • Distant Memories
    Distant Memories

    Like finding shells on the shore, I am collecting visual memories... Honorable Mention awards in 2016 and 2015 International Photography Awards (IPA) by Lucie Foundation. Thanks to all 130+ jurors in the annual competition, who received over 20,000 submissions from 230+ countries.

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  • URBANSCAPE
    URBANSCAPE

    This series won IPA (International Photography Awards) Architecture category. Silver award in 2013, HM's in 2016 and 2017.

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  • B/W - Road Less Travelled
    B/W - Road Less Travelled

    Black and White | Film-not-Dead | Street photography in cities around the world.

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  • Into the Light
    Into the Light

    Honorable Mention awards in 2017 and 2018 at International Photography Awards (IPA) by Lucie Foundation. Series sold to American Hotel in Downtown LA and other collectors.

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  • Floral Noir
    Floral Noir

    Honorable Mention award in 2018 at International Photography Awards (IPA) by Lucie Foundation.

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  • Abstract
    Abstract

    Abstract Photography

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  • Twilight
    Twilight

    Nikon selected, Twilight, for a globally distributed calendar by Nikon Photo Contest International (NPCI ). The published calendar was comprised of 13 photographs selected from the annual competition which received 31,000 entries from 117 countries.

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  • Crystal Cove
    Crystal Cove

    Honorable Mention award in 2014 International Photography Awards (IPA) by Lucie Foundation -- Crystal Cove Historical District is located in the Southern California coastline , with its amazing culture and history of improbable survival, and remains the area’s singular, unchanged iconic place in the sun since the 1920′s.

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  • Be Not Proud
    Be Not Proud

    On-going series about cessation of life.

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News + Exhibits

  • Street Shooting around the World exhibit, at LA Center of Photography, Hollywood, CA.  Feb 8 – Mar 8.  Juror Nick Turpin from London UK. Opening Feb 8. Part of Street Week.
  • stARTup Art Fair, at the Kinney Hotel Venice Beach, LACP room, Feb 15-17.
  • Photoplay exhibit at the Hive Gallery, DTLA. March 9 – April 1
  • Group show curated by Richard, sponsored by Art Share L.A. at the Angel City Brewery, DTLA, April 4 to May 6.
  • Solo Exhibit at the Metro 417 Gallery, DTLA. July 9 to Aug 5.

 

 

  • Exhibit at FOCUS Photo L.A., 1st Runner Up award (out of 1500 entries), location H11 at the Barker Hanger, Santa Monica, CA. Jan 31-Feb 3.
  • Exhibit at Photo L.A. with OpenShow LA alumni,  location G10 at the Barker Hanger, Santa Monica, CA. Jan 31-Feb 3.
  • Moderator in the Photobook Roundtable Panel discussion, Sun Feb 3, 11:30am.
  • Creative Portraits show at LA Center of Photography, Hollywood, CA.  Dec 15 to Feb 2. Curated by Nick and David Fahey of Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles.

Other news:

  • IPA 2018 -Extremely happy and grateful to receive 4 Honorable Mentions in the 2018 IPA International Photography Awards on 4 separate series/images. Curated by a team of 72 jurors.
  • I am at ARTSY.NET, represented by Fabrik Project Gallery in Culver City, CA. Check out the photography offered at Artsy, a premier go-to site for great photographic arts. Hit the Follow button to see my new additions.
  • New books, have a look…

Richard Chow’s “Distant Memories”, is a lovely black and white series that takes us from the village to the sea. Capturing elegiac images of a childhood he could’ve experienced on Southern California beaches, but as an immigrant, did not; he’s collected a beautiful series of images into wall installations. Viewed at a remove through pier telescopes and long lenses, Chow lets us view just glimpses of wonder, a personal window into community, family, and love. Subjects from the Manhattan Beach Pier to body-boarders in the surf framed by the shade of a beach umbrella cumulatively shape and recreate an ephemeral time and place that never quite was, but always will be.” – Genie Davis

 

 

 Events


  • Putting on my producer hat for the the next OPEN SHOW LA event
    • OSLA #50 at Photo L.A., Barker Hanger, Santa Monica. Feb 2, Saturday 1:30pm.
    • OSLA #51 at LACP, Los Angeles Center of Photography, Hollywood, March 16. Open call.
    • OSLA #52 at Fabrik Projects Gallery, Culver City. Late April.
    • Please submit to our next upcoming events. At OpenShoa LA, we like to Get Your Work Seen.