Michael Kirchoff appeared in Pryme magazine, Issue 2: "Urban/Rural," where we discussed his series, "Enduring Grace" and his role in the L.A. chapter of the American Photographic Artists. If you don't know much about him: Kirchhoff is a native Californian living in LA, travels his own turf and the world to explore and document a fascinating variety of cultures. He has hiked Redwood forests, taken the train deep into Siberia, and kept alert in the teeming streets of Tokyo... all to capture his pictures. He travels with a bevy of cameras, from a plastic toy variety up to a high-tech DSLR, choosing the one his imagination intuits will create the right look look for a particular place.
We are proud to share that Kirchoff's Polaroid, "Grand Cascade, Peterhof, Russia" has been chosen to be included in the group show H2O (Water) at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, CO, by juror Dina Mitrani. Dina Mitrani is the owner and director of the Dina Mitrani Gallery in the Wynwood Art District in Miami, Florida. After 20 years of experience in the art world in New York and Miami, she opened her gallery in 2008 focusing exclusively on photography. The gallery exhibits work by emerging and mid-career international artists with a mission to create a platform where artists and art enthusiasts have the opportunity to explore fine art photography and engage in cultural dialogues.
Exhibition Dates | April 24 – May 30th, 2015
Public + Artists’ Reception | May 1st, 6-8 pm
The Center for Fine Art Photography
400 North College Avenue
Fort Collins, CO 80524