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photo l.a. – January 16-19, 2014 at the LA Mart

Posted in Uncategorized by douglaspstockdale on January 3, 2014

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This year, the 2014 photo l.a. has moved from Santa Monica to the LA Mart, located at 1933 Broadway, Los Angeles.  The Los Angeles Photographic Art Exposition announces new location for 23rd annual event at the Historic LA Mart Building in Downtown Los Angeles.

photo l.a., the longstanding photographic art exposition, is proud to announce its 23rd edition in a new location: downtown at one of the most distinctive venues in Los Angeles – the historic LA Mart (1933 Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90007) built in 1958. photo l.a. is joining the massive celebration of the arts throughout the downtown area, where the L.A. Art Show and a large number of popular galleries will all be working in unison to drive a massive collaboration of the arts downtown precisely for the weekend of photo l.a.’s exposition.

The list of exhibitors is diverse, you can check them out here. The exhibition hours on Friday through Sunday are 11am to 7 pm. On Thursday, January 16, from 6pm – 9pm is the opening night benefit.

Likewise, details for the various programs can be found here. For yours truly, I am interested in Friday’s Photobook Publishing discussion.

Cheers and welcome the start of the photographic New Year here on the Left Coast!

 

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  1. […] and to my initial point above, my objective is to have a book dummy to carry around with me at photo l.a. that starts on January 17 – 19 at the LA Mart. In this case, my book dummy is not to share […]


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