“Soccer Stadium Wave”
Daniel DeBevoise, director of NoHo Gallery LA, has curated his gallery in NoHo’s Lankershim Arts Center from 2005 – 2009 then with Jet Studios through 2013.
Daniel has experience working with curators in the New York City’s Museum network and private galleries in Italy and South America. The son of a U.S. Diplomat, Daniel was born in Colombia, raised in Lima, Peru then spent his formative years in Rome, Italy.
After many years abroad, Daniel returned to the U.S.A. and served in the U.S. Air Force. He then attended Columbia University, graduating in the field of the arts.
Anti-war March New York City 1969
He then went to USC Graduate Film School concentrating on documentary filmmaking.
Self Portrait Venice Beach
After his studies, Daniel went abroad becoming a freelance photojournalist in South America, then returned to the U.S. as a staff photographer for the New York City’s Department of Cultural Affairs, photographing museum exhibits, openings & receptions for the media, featuring internationally renowned artists at major New York City museums.
Daniel then freelanced for International Press Agencies in Italy where he shot events such as museum exhibits, fashion shows, Roman antiquity, urban landscapes for special features on travel and tourism, Pope John Paul II and Vatican events.
Facing higher office Vatican City
Daniel then set up his U.S. studio in the NoHo Arts District. He has photographed receptions, events and local festivals. He was the official photographer for the NoHo Arts Festival 2004. He is also a Special Contributor to NoHoArtsDistrict.Com
Currently, Daniel has gone back to his USC documentary filmmaking roots and is in the process of shooting a short subject documentary concerning the plight of a Veteran’s ongoing struggle with the VA’s Health Care System. A must see. To be posted online by summer’s end.
Daniel DeBevoise, Guest Blogger
During the summer, NoHo Gallery LA exhibited a series of photographs highlighting past NoHo Arts District Festivals. I was impressed by the number of people frequenting the gallery who appreciated this retrospective and expressed strong desires to see a revival of the festivals. The festivals did so much to benefit the NoHo theatres, galleries and small businesses,in general. Fortunately, the Experience NoHo Arts Festival coming up this November 12th is a much needed boost to the NoHo community.