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The Marc Ladreit de Lacharrière Prize calls for applications

The tenth edition of Marc Ladreit Lacharrière – Académie des Beaux-Arts prize is now launc...

PixDay 2017 will open tomorrow

The PixDay 2017 show open tomorrow in Paris. held at the Forum de Grenelle, in the fifteenth Parisi...

Sylvie Meunier & Patrick Tourneboeuf launch American Dream

Sylvie Meunier and Patrick Tourneboeuf will present tomorrow Tuesday 28 March their new book Ameri...
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sur les bords de la Marne, 1938 © Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson & Phillips
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sur les bords de la Marne, 1938 © Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson & Phillips

Paris Photo LA is running right now at Paramount Studios, the show and venue perfectly matched. It is an exhibition filled with galleries, artists and money from around the world. Situated on the backlot, filling the streets and stages with glamour and appeal, Paris Photo LA is unquestionably the high end of the photographic world.

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Festival
Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015
Solo shows

At 7:00 PM Pacific Time, the third edition of Paris Photo Los Angeles opened in Paramount Studios. Seventy-nine galleries from nineteen countries were on hand. We'll be covering the festival today and tomorrow.

Festival
Photo Independent : The Guys across the Street
by Andy Romanoff

Just across the street from Paramount Studios and Paris Photo LA sits Raleigh Studios, a much smaller space but a longtime home to independent producers and indie features. What a fitting place for a show catering to independent photographers. Now in its second year, Photo Indepe...

Event
Opening of Photo L.A.: Why You Don’t Want to Miss It

What I love about shows like Photo L.A. is that they function as anti-museums, places where hi-art and street art vie for your attention without the intervention of a curated point of view. Of course there are many curators involved but each is working independently. The results ...

Event
The Los Angeles River : A City Runs Through It

The Los Angeles River runs for over fifty miles through a metropolitan area of more than ten million people. Most of them ignore it. For much of its length it doesn’t seem like a river at all, more a concrete channel hidden behind industrial settings. Slowly though, things are ...