Photography & Film
b. 1987 Los Angeles, CA
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA
Recently shown at Cannes, photographer and film director Gia (Palo Alto, Mainstream), brings her cinematic eye & effortless style to her narrative photographs. Gia’s work has been featured in Elle Decor, Juxtapoz, Vogue, Vice, Coveteur, Town and Country, NY Mag, and in Gucci collabs.
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About Gia Coppola
Representing five generations of the Coppola family in the film industry, Gia Coppola is not only an accomplished filmmaker, but also a talented photographer. Born and raised in Los Angeles by her mother Jacqui Getty, Gia graduated from Bard College in 2009 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography. Her artistic tendency was to use the camera, to casually document her life. When asked to be in a video by a friend, she declined. The friend then challenged her to make her own video instead, launching her into the ‘behind-the-camera action’ and following in the footsteps of her grandfather, her grandmother, her aunt Sofia Coppola, and her uncle Roman Coppola. Gia will follow up her 2013 directorial film debut, “Palo Alto” with the 2020 release of “Mainstream.”
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Currently featured on permanent exhibition at the Meow Wolf Denver Museum, Mongolian American cross-disciplinary artist and DACA recipient Eriko Tsogo was one of twenty-five international Mongolian artists selected to be part of “Contemporary Mongolian Art Biennial: Innovating Tradition” at the The World Bank in Washington, DC.
Recently featured in Vogue, Beletic’s practice includes large, abstract paintings, neon sculptures, sewn textile flags, and site specific collaborative experiences that incorporate her music practice. Her work explores the perception of human joy and celebration, through the lens of rock n roll, ancient traditions, latent instincts and sensual experiences.