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A Post-Script to The Tell

A Post-Script to The Tell

By Kellie Hall, Special to the Independent A charred scrap of The Tell, the 636-foot-long photomural assembled in Laguna Canyon in 1989, looks like an excavated piece of earth, with jagged, discolored edges and flaps of completely faded photos peeling off its surface. This remaining section the installation created by Mark Chamberlain and the late […]

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Art Crowd to Crown its Stars

Art Crowd to Crown its Stars

  Social activist, gallerist, photographer and artist Mark Chamberlain is among this year’s nominees for artist of the year in the annual Art Stars Awards from the Laguna Beach Arts Alliance. “I guess it all boils down to artist since art is an ever evolving territory,” said Chamberlain, in explaining why he made the cut […]

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The Big Picture Travels to the Land of the Great Wall

The Big Picture Travels to the Land of the Great Wall

When the El Toro Marine Air Base was decommissioned, a group of photographers decided to document it for posterity before its structures succumbed to decay and the wrecking ball. Mark Chamberlain, Jerry Burchfield, Douglas McCullough, Clayton Spada, Jacques Garnier and Rob Johnson since 2002 have documented the base, slowly transforming into Irvine’s Great Park. As […]