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.
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.