Now for something different: White House photographer Richard E. Kozak Retrospective: 40 Years of Photojournalism

Richard E. Kozak has been a prominent, award-winning White House photographer, most notably for Ronald Reagan, but also covered U.S. Presidents through the GW Bush years. He has also been a war photojournalist and was wounded in Iraq.

Our retrospective shows through April, but the big kick-off is our First Thursday Art and Music event featuring the photographer himself who will be available to meet people and sign autographs, as well as Oscar Ellis, a Hollywood pianist popular who played for film industry parties and various jet-setting stars.

Opening will be held Thursday, April 5, at 6 p.m., in the Loma Colorado Main Library Auditorium. Full article is available here.

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One Reply to “Now for something different: White House photographer Richard E. Kozak Retrospective: 40 Years of Photojournalism”

  1. Thanks for getting this information out.
    There will be 40 photographs on exhibit and at the public reception, I will be there to answer questions about the photographs, as well as my career. It will be a wonderful evening.

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