Exhibits - Publications - Workshops - Podcasts
New Class Announcement - I'll be teaching a class on outdoor portraiture with Silvio's Photoworks on Thursday, August 9th from 6:00-8:00 pm. Email me for details. KAG@photosbykag.com.
We had a full house at my long exposure photography workshop on 11/16/17 and 11/18/17 in Torrance, CA. See the flier on "Oceanscapes and Dreamscapes" below for more information.
I've joined the Hermosa Beach Artist's Collective. 20 photographers, painters and mixed media artists who display their work at the RESN Gallery at 618 Cypress Avenue in Hermosa Beach, CA. Please stop by and visit us.
My second solo photography show "Deliberations" was held May 13th-14th, 11-5 at the South Bay Art Department in Hermosa Beach, CA. Click here to see the gallery of images: http://www.photosbykag.com/art/deliberations
PODCAST PREPARING FOR YOUR SECOND SOLO SHOW with Skip Cohen. http://www.skipcohenuniversity.com/tamron-theater/preparing-for-a-second-solo-photography-exhibit
My images have been displayed in the Laguna and Torrance Art Museums, won numerous awards and been published across the United States in magazines, newspapers and websites including Popular Photography, Ladies Home Journal, and Beach Magazine.
I have also judged national photography competitions sponsored by ViewBug and Tamron, among others.
MUSEUMS, GALLERIES, INSTALLATIONS
2018 - Resin Gallery, Hermosa Artists' Collective - Permanent Display of Prints and Digital Media.
2017 - South Bay Focus, 12/2-12/15, Juried Art Competition, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance CA.
2017 - RESIN Art & Surf, 9/2-9/9, Hermosa Beach, CA
2017 - CA 101, 6/3-6/11, Group Exhibit, Redondo Beach, CA.
2017 - Deliberations - Solo Exhibit, Hermosa Beach, CA - 5/13-5/14
2017 - "Human Nature" Group Exhibition, Hermosa Beach Art Collective 4/22-4/29
2016 - El Segundo Art Walk, August 18th
2016 - Kit and Ace - Permanent Retail Installation
2015 - Elements: Sea-Land-Air, Solo Exhibit, Ego Fine Art Gallery, Redondo Beach, CA
2014 - CA 101 Exhibit, Redondo Beach
2013 - Torrance Art Museum
2013 - CA 101 Exhibit, Redondo Beach
2012 - Laguna Art Museum, images documenting the work of painter and sculptor Victor Hugo Zayas. "Mi Obra."
My solo show Elements: Sea-Air-Land was exhibited at the Ego Fine Art Gallery in Redondo Beach, CA on May 9th and May 10th, 2015. Images from the Colorado Rockies and Coastal California were displayed including unique aerial images of Los Angeles and the South Bay taken from a Cessna at sunrise. To see the images, click here: http://www.photosbykag.com/Exhibitions-by-Kevin-Gilligan/ELEMENTS-SEA-AIR-LAND/
Skip Cohen University profiled my work. You can see the piece here: http://www.skipcohenuniversity.com/guest-posts/spotlight-profile-kevin-gilligan
In 2012, 15 of my images were published in a catalog by the Laguna Art Museum documenting the work of renowned painter and sculptor Victor Hugo Zayas. I photographed the process involved in transforming guns confiscated by the L.A.P.D. into powerful sculptures. I was also fortunate to have several images displayed in the Laguna Art Museum as part of Mr. Hugo's "Mi Obra" solo exhibition.
The wonderful folks at Tamron have published a wide variety of my images in their national newsletters and in commercial publications that detail my work with their fantastic lenses. Tamron also helped sponsor my 2015, solo exhibit, and hired me to teach their 2016 Night Photography Workshop in Yellowstone National Park.
In 2015, Manfrotto chose me to be a Manfrotto Ambassador. I've used their monopods and tripods for years, along with their LED lights. I'm pleased to be among a very select group of Manfrotto Ambassadors worldwide.
Please click on the thumbnails below for more information on my published images.
My surfing images were published in Popular Photography in a story about Tamron's amazing 150-600 telephoto. I love this lens! Incredible reach and an incredible value. This lens goes for around $1300 USD, whereas the Canon 600 f/4 is approximately $13,000 USD. I use this lens for all my outdoor sports and have terrific results. It is best to use a monopod or tripod when shooting images that are far away, and then turn off the vibration compensation. You can handhold this baby (and use the vibration compensation, which is excellent) but you don't want to it all day.