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Wine and Art Event - Art Auction 2019

I am very exited to be part of the Annual Wine+Art event again! Please check out their website and I hope to see you there! 

6th Annual Wine+Art 

Saturday, November 2nd, 2019, 6 – 9 PM

Wilhardt & Naud, 1650 Naud Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

Online Solo Exhibit: In Transit

SEPTEMBER 3 - 27, 2019

ONLINE EXHIBITION LAUNCH:
Tuesday, September 3rd, 12:00 PM (P.S.T.)
 

The exhibition will launch online on Artsy on Tuesday, September 3rd at 12:00pm P.S.T., and will be on view online only from September 3rd through the 27th, 2019, at the following URL: https://www.artsy.net/show/open-mind-art-space-in-transit

Voyage LA Interview

Today we’d like to introduce you to Ina Jungmann.

Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours?
I was born in Germany, lived in Japan for six years when I was a child and moved to Los Angeles in my teenage years. The difficulty.....

Solo Exhibit: Transpacific Exposures

November 3 - November 30, 2018

Opening Reception :

Saturday, November 3, 2018, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Solo Exhibit: ​Thomas Manns Haus in Pacific Palisades

November 21, 2018 - January 30, 2019

Thomas Mann Archive ETH Zürich

Wine and Art Event - Art Auction 2018

5th Annual Wine+Art 

Saturday, November 3rd, 2018
6 – 9 PM
2117 Violet Street / Los Angeles / 90021

Summer Exhibit

The summer has begun and I am so exited to announce: I will be part of the summer exhibit at Duncan Miller Gallery at Bergamot Station.

The show is opening on Friday, August 3, 6-8 pm at:
Duncan Miller Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave #A7
Santa Monica CA 90404

Wine and Art Event - Art Auction

My WHITE SANDS photograph from the collection Sleeping Indian will be at an auction at CASA’s (Court Appointed Special Advocated for Children) Wine and Art Event in January. Tickets go on sale tomorrow and there’ll be limited number of tickets offered at the 2 for 1 when they launch on Tuesday, November 28.

The Event will be Saturday, January 27, 2018 from 6-9pm at DTLA Arts District, 2143 Violet Street. More Info at: http://casala.org/wineart/

Fotopolis Interview

Fotopolis magazine featured me on their website!

Fotopolis is the most popular Polish website about photography. They are devoted to news regarding interesting project, exhibitions, as well as technology. They publish essays about photography and want to show projects related to documentary, advertising and fine art photography, on aesthetically high levels.

The article is in polish but I think Google translate did a good job translating. See the entire interview here: Fotopolis.pl Article  English Translation: HERE

Looking West: Join us for a special one-night-only event

Looking West: Join us for a special one-night-only event of great photography and music, combined in an exciting one of a kind audio visual experience.

Photography by Ina Jungmann & Thomas Jahn 

Music by iPunx

Saturday, March 11, 2017 6 – 9PM 

Pixomondo, 2055 S Barrington Ave Los Angeles, CA 90025

“Flourish” Group Show

I'm excited to announce that parts of my "Sleeping Indian" series is exhibited at the GDCA Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles. Exhibition Dates - May 4th - 31st, 2017  

Sleeping Indian: Part Four - "My Favorite" - YOUTUBE

Sleeping Indian – From California to New Mexico Photo Exhibit, Q&A with Photographer Ina Jungmann Part 4

Sleeping Indian: Part Three - Multiple Exposure - YOUTUBE

Sleeping Indian – From California to New Mexico Photo Exhibit, Q&A with Photographer Ina Jungmann, Part 3

Sleeping Indian: Part Two - Moving Pictures - YOUTUBE

Sleeping Indian – From California to New Mexico Photo Exhibit, Q&A with Photographer Ina Jungmann Part 2

Sleeping Indian: Part One - Inspiration - YOUTUBE

Limited Runs (www.limitedruns.com), the online source for original and vintage posters, print art & photography, is incredibly excited to introduce Sleeping Indian – From California to New Mexico Photo Exhibit, Q&A with Photographer Ina Jungmann In 2014 Jungmann traveled by car across the western United States between New Mexico and California when she came across a mountain range known as “Sleeping Indian,” named so because the shape of the mountain it looks like a native American sleeping on his back covered in a blanket. Awestruck by this sight and the foreign landscape of the American west, Jungmann began photographing the scenery from U.S. national parks, such as Saguaro National Park and White Sands National Monument all the way to the beaches in Santa Monica, California. The result is this tremendous collection.

Special One-Night Preview with Q&A

Special one-night preview and Q&A with Ina Jungmann, on Thursday, November 10, 2016 from 6-9 pm 

at Strauss Studios 6442 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90038

Exhibition at the Goethe Institute Los Angeles

The series city lights - Damascus 2011 is on view at the Goethe Institute Los Angeles. ​

In conjunction there will be an event "Germany and Refugees: Center for Political Beauty" at the Goethe Institute on October 6th, 2016. Please come to the multimedia presentation and discussion!

Interview with Limited Runs

An interview with Limited Runs about the Sleeping Indian Collection.

"... I also believe that a landscape absorbs the history or the life of the people who live there. Like stories or tales that the landscapes seems to tell you. ..." 

Romka 9 Magazine

" My sister took this photo when we visited our grandparents in the Northern part of Germany. It is one of my favorites, because I feel like I can smell the food that my grandmother cooked. My sister documented “life in a foreign land”, and portrayed—among others—our grandparents, who live in a small village near Hanover. They were both fugitives in WWII and could not go back to their homes in Schlesien and Pommern after the war. They settled in this small village, Ilsede, and opened up a small grocery store. To this day, they still feel like “the fugitives” in this town. They managed to build their own Heimat in a place where they never fully felt welcome. And the old recipes—how can it be otherwise—are among the things that remind them of their home. "

text by Stella Jungmann

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