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Champagne Towers 2

Sale price$ 375


Archival pigment print | 2018

In The Champagne Tower works, David Kitz set out to represent his hometown of Santa Monica in ways that defamiliarize the familiar. Inspired by his father, a plein air watercolorist who often portrays familiar landmark locations, Kitz challenges himself to portray the same locations through photography. Using a telephoto lens to photograph midsections of the tallest building in Santa Monica, Kitz represents the architecture in the same fragmented way he represents most of his subjects. In the development stage, the artist inadvertently exposed his negatives to the sun, further abstracting the 1971 facade with colorful streaks of light.


20 x 16 inches | Edition of 20

30 x 24 inches | Edition of 15


20 x 16 inches:

Matted: 27.5 x 23.5 x 1.25 inches

Full Bleed: 21.5 x 17.5 x 1.25 inches

30 x 24 inches:

Matted: 37.5 x 31.5 x 1.25 inches

Full Bleed: 31.5 x 25.5 x 1.25 inches



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Kitz's interest in flatness and the idea of the photograph as a veneer has made texture, and the illusion of texture, a major focus of his work.
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“I love making pictures in my mind when I don’t have a camera with me, and I love using one when I do.”
-David Kitz
David Kitz

About the Artist

David Kitz

Photographer David Kitz's powerful still-lifes and digitally collaged photographs have been featured in GQ, Cool Hunting, Installation Mag and more. In his recent series, FOOD, TOOLS, Kitz removes both objects from their typical context and creates a new context by staging them together in a type of choreography.

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Current Exhibition

Close Crush

Cheryl Humphreys & Mike McMullen
June 7 - September 3

8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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Champagne Towers 2 Sale price$ 375
David Kitz


“I have found myself being drawn to very simple photographs. This man reading a newspaper was photographed by Danny Lane. He used a film camera which I think produces the most authentic and true images. Nothing staged, nothing over the top. I absolutely love a photograph of simply nothing, just life in general, the mundane and intimate hours of the day.”

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