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photo l.a. 2016 fair opens tomorrow!!

Welling_Regen

James Welling “7690” 42″ x 63″, 2015 Inkjet print on rag paper Courtesy of the artist and Regen Projects

The international photographic art exposition – photo l.a. is celebrating its 25th anniversary fair this January 21-24, 2016 at The REEF, located in the historic LA Mart building in Downtown Los Angeles. The fair kicks off on Thursday, January 21st at 7pm with an Opening Night Gala, held in honor of artist James Welling with proceeds going to benefit Best Buddies International.

The REEF/LA Mart
1933 South Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90007
Dates: January 21-24, 2016
Tickets

What’s exciting about this year’s edition of the fair:

1) Programs — Writer, Curator, & Art Critic Shana Nys Dambrot will host Artists Take Issue: #Photography and the Aesthetics of #Activism ~ a new panel at #photola Joining Shana is artists Zoe Crosher and Jay Mark Johnson, Osceola Refetoff and Austin Young of Fallen Fruit. Read more at www.photola.com/programs.php

2) Artillery at photo l.a. 2016, Booth 829

Caroll Sun Yang, "NOT DRINKA BLE (Oasis Coop)", 2015

Caroll Sun Yang, “NOT DRINKA BLE (Oasis Coop)”, 2015

Our friends at Artillery held an online contest vetted by LA Artist, Laura London and are celebrating the winners of it at photo l.a. 2016! Instagram Photo Contest: Climate for Change Winning Artists:
Ted Soqui
Denise Taylor
Caroll Sun Yang
Anthony Cran
Seth Kaufman
Lisa Adams
Christopher Velasco
Marcy Watton
Philip Keith
Sorrell Schneider

"Tilda Swinton" by Simon Annand will be in the Galerie Photo 12 booth at photo l.a. 2016 ~ www.galerie-photo12.com/en

“Tilda Swinton” by Simon Annand will be in the Galerie Photo 12 booth at photo l.a. 2016 ~ www.galerie-photo12.com/en

photo l.a. has a long and rich history of bringing the photographic and arts communities together. Each year they bring together a showcase of photographic art, ranging from 19th Century works to contemporary and innovative photo-based art. Galleries, dealers, museums, schools, and non-profit organizations participate to define what photography has been, what it is today, and what it might evolve into. Known for presenting acclaimed programming, which this year includes lectures, roundtable discussions, special installations, and docent tours with distinguished members of the photography/arts community in Los Angeles!

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