About Us

American Icons is a photographic exhibition featuring images that helped define American culture. Curated by Daniel Miller, owner and director of Duncan Miller Gallery, this collection of work was created by world-renowned photographers — including a Pulitzer Prize winner, Rolling Stone magazine’s first photographer, Bob Hope’s personal photographer, a rock legend’s sister and others.

American Icons Exhibition

American Icons at the Americana at Brand in Glendale, CA. Photo by David Hume Kennerly

See October 25th, 2012 article on American Icons in the Los Angeles Times: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/culture/la-et-cm-photography-show-on-pop-icons-has-populist-venue-americana-mall-20121023,0,3435971.story

In addition to directing Duncan Miller Gallery, Miller teaches seminars for artists and collectors (http://fine-art-seminars.com). In 2010 he created the program Collector’s Favorites for the Photography Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Arts (LACMA). In 2011, Miller created a contest-to-exhibition titled “I Love LA”. More than 850 people attended the opening, where Los Angeles councilperson Tom LaBonge presented Miller a congratulatory proclamation on behalf of the City of Los Angeles. See http://www.thelosangelescollection.com.