The Gallery is Moving

Dear jdc Fine Art Patrons:

Due to a change in my partner's career, our family is relocating to Chicago.  My work as an Art Dealer and Gallerist will continue.  As I transition, I will be more online-forward, and will bolster outreach to followers via gallery newsletters, website blogs (Acquire|Invest and NEWS), and social media feeds on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  I invite you to  follow our Artists and programming remotely, or on your next trip to the Windy City.

I will operate (by appointment) as a Private Dealer & Project space out of San Diego for an interim period, and shall resume a regular exhibition schedule as soon as possible from our new city.  I intend to remain connected to Southern California and the Patrons who supported my work.  I also plan to bring Artists and visual concerns I discovered in So-Cal with me to the Midwest.  

I may be reached through the same channels as always, via Gallery e-mail and phone. Stay tuned for more news as it develops.  

Thank you for your patronage & stay in touch.
Jennifer DeCarlo
Director, jdc Fine Art | (619) 985 - 2322

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Matt Eich Carry Me Ohio

Recent Press & Recommended Acquisitions 

Matt Eich's work has had an impressive wave of attention in recent months with major editorials in CNN, The New Yorker, Huffington Post, Photograph Magazine, Photo District News, and most recently, the Atlantic.   Eich's monograph released with Swiss publisher Sturm & Drang this October has already sold out.  We recommend an acquisition of his work to all savvy collectors.  Suggestions of softer, more poetic images from the series appear on our blog Acquire|Invest.

Read the latest press in The Atlantic
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Estamos Buscando A 
Exhibiting at Aperture NYC & Phoenix Art Museum

The self-published book is the third in a series of books by the artist that seeks to explore the migrant experience across the US|MX border.  The book references real safety guides given to migrants by humanitarian groups who protect human rights of migrants through activities like search and rescue, advocacy, legal advice, and survival recommendations.  The book effectively puts us in the shoes of migrants through intimate portraits, landscape photographs, illustrations, maps, advisories and personal narratives.

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Phone:  (619) 985 - 2322