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    Paris Photo LA and Photo Inpendent

    This past weekend Paris Photo LA and Photo Independent took place at the Paramount Pictures Studio and Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, respectively, with each offering unique variations of the art fair model. Paris Photo presented its third annual Los Angeles offering while Photo Independent presented their second. One major difference between the two is that […]

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    Constructed Masculinity

    On display at the De Soto Gallery in Venice, California is a two-person show titled In Position. In it are photographs from Amy Elkins’ Danseur project and Jona Frank’s The Modern Kids portfolio. The common ground between each photographer is that they are women examining the construction of male identity by recording adolescences, each within […]

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    Scopophilia and Fatigue: Photo Fairs of L.A.

    The definition of Scopophilia is to derive pleasure from looking. The root of the word is Greek, skopeo “look to, examine” and philia, “a tendency toward”. As an expression of sexuality it refers to an erotic indulgence derived from viewing the subject(s) as a source of sexual stimulation, namely erotic photographs and naked bodies. This […]

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    John Divola at Gallery Luisotti

    Notes On The Observer is an exhibition of works from several of John Divola’s past and present photographic series, including As Far as I Could Get, Subject Observations and images from Divola’s current exploration with GigaPan technology.  The two sets of works in the main area of the gallery immediately catch the viewers’ attention; large, […]

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    “Posing Beauty” at USC’s Fisher Museum

      “Posing Beauty In African American Culture” is an exhibit at the University of Southern California Fisher Museum, with Curator Deborah Willis examining beauty through the works of over 40 photographers. The images include portraits of celebrities, beauty queens and fashionable people posing on the streets of New York and shots that capture historical slices […]

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    Roger Ballen and Shelby Lee Adams at Fahey/Klein

    The Fahey Klein gallery presents Shelby Lee Adams’ Salt & Truth and Roger Ballen’s Boarding House & New Works. One may ask why are these two exhibited together? Shelby Lee Adams’ Salt & Truth exhibits years of history in his photographs of an Appalachian community that is disappearing. Roger Ballen’s Boarding House & New Works […]

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