Julian Lucas (b. 1974, Chicago) is an American photographer living in Los Angeles and has been photographing since the mid 90's. Julian became interested in photography while studying sociology at Portland state University. His photographic works range from the fine art nude to an exploration of human behavior, and challenging social norms. In addition Julian focuses his time on photographing and documenting everyday public life in the streets. His most recent study Apt #31 and Apt #31 Saturday Morning, chronicle everyday life within an intimate interior of a 1 bedroom apartment. 

EDUCATION

Portland State University ; Sociology, Photography

PHOTO EXHIBITIONS

solo
2018 Fragments of Physical Existence; Progress Gallery Los Angeles CA
2017 APT #31 Mirrored Society Bookstore Claremont CA

2013 Portraits; Space Gallery Pomona CA
2001 The Body; Bound By Art Gallery Pomona CA

group
2018 Sanctuary; DA Gallery Pomona CA
2016 Case Study - A Visual Analysis of Injustice in America; Mirrored Society Claremont CA

2016 Beauty Power Form; Mirrored Society Claremont CA
2015 Strippers; Artist Corner Hollywood CA
2015 All You Can Eat  Exhibition; Claremont CA
2014  El Velorio; Plaza De La Raza Gallery, Los Angeles CA
2012 Faces; Scion Gallery Portland Oregon
2003 Seven Fine Art Photographers, Cuttress Gallery Pomona CA
2002 The Border; Galeria Rustica Pomona CA


ONLINE EXHIBITIONS
2018 ARTSY

2018 LENSCRATCH
2017 LENSCRATCH
2017 LENSCRATCH


PRINT PUBLICATION
2017 Apt #31 Saturday Morning, Zine

2017 Vanglorious, Zine
2016 Apt #31, Zine
2012 Ink Junkie Magazine Feb/March

ONLINE PUBLICATION
10/2014 Vice Media
08/2014 Vice Media
07/2014 Vice Media

CLIENTS
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
VICE




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