Paris Photo Los Angeles, the second US edition of the world’s most celebrated photography fair, will present exhibitor content by 81 international galleries and bookseller participants. The fair will be held at Paramount Pictures Studios from April 25-27, 2014. Concurrently, many significant exhibitions that resonate with the spirit of Paris Photo Los Angeles will also be on view in and outside of the city.
Image Credit: Photo © Dennis Hopper. Billboard Los Angeles, 1964. CourtesyThe Hopper Art Trust
81 PARTICIPATING GALLERIES AND ART BOOKS DEALERS
Solo Shows: 303 (New York) -Stephen Shore1301PE (Los Angeles) -Uta BarthAmbach & Rice (Los Angeles) -Abigail Reynolds Black Ship (New York) -Cristina De MiddelBryce Wolkowitz (New York) -Edward BurtynskyCherry and Martin (Los Angeles) -Brian Bress Daniel Blau (Munich) -David Bailey De Soto (Venice) -Denis DarzacqDiane Rosenstein (Los Angeles) -Karin Apollonia Müller Document Art (Buenos Aires) -Luz Maria Bedoya Etherton (Tucson) -Danny Lyon Flatland (Amsterdam) -Katharine Cooper Flowers (London) -Mona KuhnGabriel Rolt (Amsterdam) -Bertien Van ManenHoward Greenberg (New York) -Edward Burtynsky Kate Werble (New York) -John Lehr Loevenbruck (Paris) -Alain Declercq Loock (Berlin) -Charlie WhiteLouise Alexander (Porto Cervo) -Guy Bourdin Lume (Sao Paulo) -Rodrigo Kassab M+B (Los Angeles) -Maria RobertsonMaloney (Los Angeles) -Tim HailandMelanieRio (Nantes) -Jean-Claude Pondevie Pièce Unique (Paris) -McDermott & McGough Riflemaker (London) -Penelope SlingerRobert Morat (Hamburg) Christopher Anderson Rosegallery (Santa Monica) -William Eggleston Salar (La Paz) -Gastón UgaldeThomas Zander (Cologne) -Candida Höfer Tyler Rollins (New York) -Tracey Moffatt
Group Shows: 313 Art Project (Seoul) Andrea Meislin (New York) Angles (Los Angeles) Catherine Edelman (Chicago) Christophe Gaillard (Paris) Danziger (New York) David Castillo (Miami) De Roussan (Paris) Equinox (Vancouver) Feroz (Bonn) Fraenkel (San Francisco) Gagosian (Beverly Hills) Guido Costa Projects (Turin) Hamiltons (London) Hardhitta (Cologne) Inter Art (Beijing)Jenkins Johnson (San Francisco) Koenig & Clinton (New York) Les Filles Du Calvaire (Paris) Luis De Jesus (Los Angeles) Luisotti (Santa Monica) Magnin-A (Paris )Marc Selwyn (Los Angeles) Martin Asbæk (Copenhagen) Nikolaus Ruzicska (Salzburg) Particulière (Paris)
PARIS PHOTO LOS ANGELES PROGRAM: Patricia Conde (Mexico) Paule Anglim (San Francisco)Peter Fetterman (Santa Monica)Rolf Art (Buenos Aires)Sabine Knust (Munich)Slete (Venice)Stevenson (Cape Town) Tasveer (Bangalore)Team Gallery (New York) The Apartment (Vancouver) Thomas Solomon (Los Angeles)Von Lintel (New York)
Art Book Dealers: Artbook D.A.P. (New York) Aperture (New York)Bookshop M (Tokyo)Dirk K. Bakker Boeken (Amsterdam) Harper’s (New York)Kehrer Verlag (Heidelberg) Librairie 213 (Paris) Little Big Man (San Francisco) Mack (London)Printed Matter (New York) Royal Books (Baltimore) Taschen (Los Angeles)
DENNIS HOPPER TRIBUTE: Paris Photo Los Angeles and The Hopper Art Trust* announce a specialtribute to the renowned actor/director and artist Dennis Hopper. A presentation of Hopper’s photographic work will be on display for the duration of the fair, and a rare screening of his 1971 film, The Last Movie, winner of the Critics Prize at the Venice Film Festival, will be presented in one private VIP as well as one public screening at the fair. Guests will view the final re-mastered version of the film completed by Hopper in 2007, marking its first public screening since Hopper’s death.
See image: Catherine Wagner, Reclassifying History VI, 2005
BMW Art Car by David Hockney: For Paris Photo’s second edition in Los Angeles, BMW is proud to present the 850CSi Art Car by David Hockney. Almost 20 years after its creation in 1995 the Art Car returns to its roots in LA, the city that has been Hockney’s hometown for more than 40 years.
Leica Camera’s Celebration of 100 Years of Photography: Leica’s booth will feature rare classic black and white photographic prints from the Classic Leica Collection including Magnum photographers Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sebastio Salgado, Constantine Manos, Rene Burri and other masters which will represent the “Then.” These prints will transition into digital medium format large scale color prints by EJ Camp from her body of work entitled “SEA” which will represent the “Now.” Lise Sarfati will do a book signing of her new book SHE on Friday.
Admission: Tickets range from $20 – $40; For more info or to purchase tickets, CLICK HERE!
What: Paris Photo Los Angeles
Where: Paramount Pictures Studios, 5555 Melrose Ave., LA 90038
When: April 25-27, 2014 from 12:00 to 7:00 pm (6:00 pm on Sunday, April 27)