Paris Photo Los Angeles, the US edition of the world’s most celebrated art fair for works created in the photographic medium, took place at Paramount Pictures Studios April 25th-27th offering the ideal setting to explore how artists have been and are using photography and moving image in their work in the 20th and 21st centuries.
Leading international galleries presented historical and contemporary bodies of works by renowned and emerging artists in the legendary Paramount Pictures’ soundstages. The New York Street Backlot, the one-of-a-kind replica of New York City’s streets, was dedicated to the presentation of cutting-edge solo shows, Young Gallery exhibitions, and bookseller projects, each exhibiting within an exclusive movie set.
The public program is also an important component of the fair. Built around cultural events involving artists, art world professionals, collectors, and cultural institutions, this year’s program included special exhibitions and the Sound & Vision series of conversations and screenings.
Since 2002, Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery has been showcasing new media art, photography and painting.The gallery represents some of the most influential artists in these areas along with an exciting roster of emerging artists.
Established in 1972, Equinox Gallery is committed to the presentation of Canadian artists within an international context.
Flowers recently celebrated its 40th anniversary and opened a gallery space in New York. The gallery was one of the first to open in London’s East End during the 1980’s now with two gallery spaces in London.
Founded in 1980 by Larry Gagosian in Los Angeles, the Gagosian Gallery is one of the major international galleries, specialized in modern and contemporary art.
In 2008 Louise Alexander Gallery launched as one of the first contemporary spaces to inaugurate Aga Khan’s architectural vernacular resort of Porto Cervo, Sardinia.