Jeff Antebi is the first photographer ever exhibited by StolenSpace.
Blending art and journalism, Antebi has covered a number of conflicts including the war Afghanistan, a destabilized Haiti, the bloody Malay insurgency in South Thailand, and the drug cartel wars in Juarez.
Antebi's work has been featured by The Paris Review, GOOD Magazine, PBS NewsHour, CNN, Rolling Stone, NPR, and Andrew Sullivan of the Atlantic Monthly.
His first solo exhibition Haiti Before 1.12.10 was curated by LACMA's Edward Robinson.
He is the founder and creative director of Waxploitation Artists, a company where he was responsible for developing the careers of Grammy Award winning artists including Gnarls Barkley, Danger Mouse and most recently Grammy nominated artist Broken Bells as well as critically acclaimed projects like Dangerdoom with Adult Swim, Dark Night of the Soul with David Lynch, and the infamous Grey Album.