Exhibition Jan. 19 through Feb. 24, 2018
Open Sat 2-5pm and by appointment.
At the Skid Row History Museum & Archive
250 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Patrick Ross, is a writer/director from Lawrence, Kansas and a graduate of the University of Kansas. He lives in Los Angeles where he has worked as both a production and casting assistant. Patrick’s feature film debut is the documentary Lazarus (2017), and he is currently in post-production on his second feature documentary, Untitled Kansas Documentary (2018).
To learn more visit lazarusinla.com
For the Lazarus project he spent a year, beginning in July of 2014, interviewing and photographing homeless individuals on the streets of Los Angeles. The endeavor began with a tent encampment underneath the 101 bridge on Alvarado street, continued with the Temple street bridge, Hollywood, and eventually Skid Row.
The 6 pictures exhibited are from the film and are accompanied by various texts taken from a journal during the filming. The photos were taken with an SRT 101 camera and shot on Kodak Professional T-MAX P 3200 Black & White Negative Film.