Memory Of Place


A personal essay in words and images on the demise of a turn-of-the-century house in Los Angeles’ Lincoln Heights community – the city’s original suburb. The loss of yet another piece of the L.A.’s architectural legacy in the name of progress, yields a conversation about the value of property and the effects of gentrifying forces.

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6” x 9”
40 pages
Printed in full color
Signed and remarked by the artist
ISBN#: 979-8-9883254-3-7