It's that time again! Mark your calendars and join us for the 28th edition of photo l.a.touching down January 30th - February 2nd, 2020 at the historic Barker Hanger, Santa Monica. photo l.a. 2020 proudly launches the Los Angeles art fair season with an Opening Night scheduled for Thursday, January 30th, 2020 from 6-9 pm proudly honoring Anthony Hernandez for his contributions to the legacy, viewpoint, and aesthetics in the arts.
Spending the majority of his career capturing his native Los Angeles, Anthony Hernandez has devoted his time since the 1970s to building an eclectic body of work that ranges from street photography to images of the built environment and urban decay.
Venice Arts ignites, expands, and transforms the lives of Los Angeles’ low-income youth through photography and film education, and uses its participatory storytelling practices to amplify the voices of underrepresented communities around the world.
We welcome you to be the first to enjoy the curated roster of 65+ local and international galleries, dealers, collectives, leading not-for-profits, art schools, and global booksellers at the 28th edition of photo l.a. presented at the historic Barker Hangar, Santa Monica.
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NOW OPEN! An exploration of contemporary and historical examinations of power in relationship to the African Diaspora, Los Angeles-based artist Todd Gray juxtaposes archived photographs with one another and mounts them within found frames as a structuring device to investigate historical constructs of the “logical” geometrical gardens of Europe - an aesthetic manifestation of the idea of disembodied reason - with the “sublime” nature found in African landscapes. Pomona College Museum of Art presents Todd Gray: Euclidean Gris Gris, an exhibition consisting of a site-specific wall drawing and an evolving selection of photographs from Gray’s ongoing artistic examination of the legacies of colonialism in Africa and Europe that combine a contrasting language to frame the work within a broader cultural critique.