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Doug Menuez
July 14 – Aug. 13, 2017

Fearless Genius



Doug Menuez discovered what genius looks like. Steve Jobs – working in the crucible of 1980s Silicon Valley – was the picture of a pioneer reaching beyond what science said was possible.

Doug got as close to Jobs as a documentary photographer could get. His images tell an epic story, or as Doug himself says:

 

"When I arrived in Silicon Valley, the innovators were confident they would succeed at building something important. As I watched, I began to think: Wow, there is a chance they could change everything. The power of ideas took over everything"

 

The excitement was not about tech really, but about what is worth doing, finding purpose in creating something completely new. That message emerges in the images, a message Doug isolated as he clung to Jobs through the most intense time of the Apple founder’s life.

Ivan Barnett, gallery director at Patina, created the photography exhibition as a complement to The Santa Fe Opera’s highly anticipated world premiere of The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs on July 22, 2017.

The new Patina Gallery exhibition presents images and stories that are the day-to-day account of Jobs’ single-minded, three-year pursuit of redemption after being dumped by Apple.

 

"The Silicon Valley story is one of blood, guts and money. It’s about the future of the human race, and we have to have a voice"
Doug Menuez

 

For more information on the work please email: allison@patina-gallery.com

 


DISCOVER HOW AN IMAGE BECAME
THE FACE OF (R)EVOLUTION

The fascinating story of deep connections that led the opera to find its iconic image of Steve Jobs.

 

 

HOW IT CAME TOGETHER
Share in the energy and spirit that began in January and created one electric night at Patina.

 

 

 

Listen to a superb, and in depth radio interview, with Doug Menuez  here.

Read a great Q&A with Doug Menuez by Rob Dean here.

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Steve Jobs in a Moment of Joy. Germany, 1986

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $1900

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Steve Jobs is Thinking. Santa Cruz, California, 1987

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $1900

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Ninety Hours a Week to Change the World. Palo Alto, California, 1986

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $1100

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The Day Ross Perot Gave Steve Jobs $20 Million. Fremont, California, 1987

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $1600

 

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Steve Jobs Explaining Ten Year Technology Development Cycles. Sonoma, California, 1986

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Edition No. 3 of 3.

Dimensions: 47” H X 33” W

Price: $9000

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Exhortations, Incantations, Promises, and Threats. Redwood City, California, 1988

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $1900

 

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Steve Jobs Outlining the Digital Revolution. Sonoma, California, 1986

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $900

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Steve Jobs Considers a Response. Palo Alto, California, 1986

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $1600

 

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The Shit List. Sonoma, California, 1987

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $1000

 

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Bill Gates Says No One Should Ever Pay More Than Fifty Dollars for a Photograph. Laguna Niguel, California, 1992

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $1700

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Steve Jobs Pretending to Be Human. Menlo Park, California, 1987

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $1800

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Steve Jobs Returning from a Visit to the New Factory. Fremont, California, 1987

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $1200

 

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John Sculley Masters His Shyness to Meet the Press. Fremont, California, 1990

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $1400

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The End of the Beginning. Washington, DC, 1988

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: $900

 

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Geek Sex. Mountain View, California, 1991

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: On Request

 

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Susan Kare Is Part of Your Daily Life. Sonoma, California, 1987

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: On Request

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Samir Arora Facing Down His Investors. Redwood City, California, 1999

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: On Request

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'Manneken Pis' Waters the Battleground at Sun Microsystems. Santa Clara, California, 1995

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: On Request

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Exercise Break at Intel Fab 11X. Rio Rancho, New Mexico, 1998

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: On Request

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President Clinton Is Really Smart. Mountain View, California, 1995

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: On Request

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The Painter David Hockney Rests during the First Photoshop Invitational. Mountain View, California, 1990

Archival pigment print signed verso in pencil by the artist.

Dimensions: 17” H X 22” W

Price: On Request

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Fearless Genius : The Box Set

As part of the main exhibition, Patina proudly presents the Fearless Genius Box Set, Doug's tightly edited collection of silver gelatin prints representing his 20 most revealing images of Silicon Valley visionaries at the peak of creativity.

Price: $25,000

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