Archival Inkjet Prints



Archival Inkjet print, .GIF animation

180 x 150 cms - Variable Dimensions


New-media installation by Jon Jacobsen

Finalist of the “Contemporary young artist” contest, exhibited at MAVI (Museum of Visual Arts) in Santiago, Chile.

The exhibition will be open from January 15th until February 22nd, 2015.


Midcentury modders, do we have a treat for you! Opening this Friday at Curatorial Assistance’s Union Gallery in Old Town Pasadena—

“Out of the Archive: Maynard L. Parker Modern Photography,” featuring fifty pictures selected and printed from the 58,000-image Parker archive at The Huntington. All images are modern archival inkjet prints made from Maynard L. Parker’s original negatives and transparencies.

The opening is part of ArtNight Pasadena, which is always a blast. Exhibit runs through Jan. 15, 2016.

Bedroom, Postwar House, Los Angeles, California, 1946. The elaborate model postwar house showcased the latest designs in furniture and appliances, including a customized bed with pull-down armrests and a nightstand conveniently outfitted as a control center for the home’s electrical systems.

Woman in kitchen, no date. Parker made this advertising photograph for the client, Kitchen-Kraft.

Living Room, George Turner residence, La Cañada Flintridge, California, c. 1947. Architect: George Turner.

Centerpiece display for the Southern California Gas Company, 1945.

Mr. and Mrs. Erskine Caldwell on the patio of their residence, Tucson, Arizona, ca. 1944. Architect: Josias Joesler; furniture designer: Paul László.

Cocoanut Grove nightclub at the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, California, no date.

All photographs by Maynard L. Parker.