PhotoLA will take place this year from January 30 to February 2, 2020, at Barker Hangar, Santa Monica, CA. Check out all the details about exhibitors and events here: https://www.photola.com/
Guest review by Ellen Friedlander • I met Rick Albertson this past February before a Street Photography Panel discussion at the Los Angeles Center of Photography. Little did I know that our few moments of like-minded conversation on how we became photographers would lead me to help Rick realize this book, exhibition, and ultimately a... Continue Reading →
By Debe Arlook • For its 10-year anniversary, Classic Photographs Los Angeles christened ROSEGALLERY’s new space in Bergamot Station Arts Center in Santa Monica. Rose Shoshana (shown above, photo by Brittany Neimeth) and her team were in high gear hosting the weekend event before officially opening the doors to their new location just days later.... Continue Reading →
By Gerhard Clausing • This exhibit of iconic images by Linda Troeller opens on Thursday, October 24, at the Leica Gallery in Los Angeles, and runs through December 2. The gallery is at 8783 Beverly Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA. Hours are Mondays through Saturdays 10-6 and Sundays 12-5. More details here. The vernissage, with your... Continue Reading →
By Gerhard Clausing • Last night the Southern California Photographers’ Exchange had a very nice meeting sharing memories of these two fellow members we lost this year. We were so pleased to hear a numbers of us relating amusing and touching experiences and anecdotes along with images created Sandy and Manny, as you can... Continue Reading →
Program Details here: https://www.mediumphoto.org/schedule
Review by Paul Anderson • Making It Up: Photographic Fictions by Marta Weiss is an historical survey of photographic works that have been staged or constructed to replicate some scenes of historical significance, or to make a cultural or personal statement. All images come from the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.... Continue Reading →
As announced on the PX website, featuring the work of Diane Reeves and Paul Anderson, among others. Times and location in the poster.