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Al Weber – 2011 Exhibition at Center for Photographic Art

Al Weber – 2011 Exhibition at Center for Photographic Art

The Center for Photographic Art
June – July 2011
Carmel California

An Exhibition featuring Aerial Photography by Al Weber was held at the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel CA (June-July 2011), published with this exhibition is a 56 page catalog. Weber’s work was featured in the 2010 Lumière exhibition Picturing the West.

Al Weber’s career in photography spans six decades and illustrates mastery of both black-and-white and color processes. The subjects of his commercial assignments and personal work run the gamut from aerial, industrial, architectural, portraiture, abstractions and imagery of the American West. His photographs have been shown in over 200 exhibitions, corporate clients include Dupont, Eastman Kodak, Polaroid and Hasselblad. Weber’s photographs are in the numerous permanent collections including The Art Institute of Chicago, M. H. de Young Museum, and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

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