2014 Flashback: Photography | Link TV
2014 Flashback: Photography
From documentation of climate change to portraits of modern country music icons, the power of photography spanned the globe in 2014. Today, we look back at five of 2014's featured articles about photography. On New Year's Day at 1 PM PST on KCET-TV, we will be airing a three-hour Artbound Marathon which will feature a mash up of our episodes from this year. We hope you enjoy catching up on all the artistic discussions and activities that pervaded arts and culture in 2014.
A new exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography demonstrates society's personal implication in the unfolding story of the world's rising waters.
Guided by Play the L.A. River's playing cards, Michael Kolster captures segments of the L.A. River through an intensive photographic technique from the 1800s.
Pamela Littky photographed the townspeople and places of Baker, California and Beatty, Nevada, two towns that lay claim to the title "Gateway to Death Valley."
High & Dry explores what a window -- as seen through the lens of a camera -- can relate to a viewer about memory and time.
Photography exhibition "Country: Portraits of an American Sound" spans the history of modern country music, featuring images of icons Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, and more.
Over decades, Hazel Iona Stiles created an uplifting — almost invisible — piece of land art that could only be appreciated from the elevation of an airplane, or even higher.
Covering 55 miles of Coachella Valley (and even a few spots in Mexico), the art biennial Desert X can be a daunting task to view. Use this map to maximize your road trip to the desert this year.
There are many thriving Vietnamese communities in the United States which are also flourishing as culinary destinations.
L.A. County households speak at least 185 languages, yet ethnic-rich communities are often segregated as well as socially and economically isolated.
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