L.A. Artist Castro Frank Presents New ‘Ethereal’ Photographs

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Los Angeles-based artist Castro Frank presents his first collection of abstract photography titled “Ethereal.”


Frank’s approach to street photography delves deep into exploring psychological and emotional states of mind. Through his inaugural set of works on analog 35mm film, his textured abstract photographs immerse the viewer into rich colors induced by light exposures.


​Each individual image has a distinct association, a thought, an emotion.


"2020 was a tough year for us all, and I am grateful that amid the midst of chaos and uncertainty, I was able to create a new body of work that is a reflection of myself and the emotions I lived through," says Castro,


Frank’s art has been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions across California, including South Grand, Rvcc Gallery, Communion Gallery, and Embed Gallery. The popularity of his work led to commissions from musicians as well as television networks utilizing his work in their stage design. His work has also been featured in large public installations and charity campaigns with nonprofit organizations, such as INCLUSIVACTION, to benefit the Los Angeles community.


For more information, visit CastroFrank.com.







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