Los Angeles based artist Gil Garcetti's photos have been published in
seven books of photo essays, including his most recent publication
Japan A Reverence for Beauty (Balcony Press, 2014)
Garcetti developed close relations with the iron workers who constructed architect Frank Gehry's landmark Disney Hall (opened Los Angeles, October 24, 2003). This respect shows in his first work about DisneyCenter: Iron: Erecting the Walt Disney Concert Hall. An admirer of Garcetti's passion and artistry, Frank Gehry wrote the forward to that
Garcetti’s photos have been shown at The United Nations in New York,
UNESCO in Paris, the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., the
Fowler Museum at UCLA, and the Millennium Museum in Beijing amongst
MB Abram Galleries is proud to present a large photo work from
Garcetti's Frozen Music series which documents with an artist's eye
the completed architectural gem which Garcetti had come to know so
intimately through his long studies of its construction.
This Frozen Music photo work shows Garcetti's unique perspective on some of the angles and interplays characterizing Gehry's creation. The photo is now a recognized master work in its own right and was exhibited in the November 13, 2014 MB Abram Galleries pop up show "Two Masterpieces: Selections from the Haag Needlepoint Collection" to an overwhelmingly positive response. Rarely in our experience has a photograph served as the popular backdrop for so many other photographers.
Frozen Music, Walt Disney Concert Series, #17
84 inches x 34 inches