photo l.a. – Art/Sound Fair

Save The Date
photo l.a. and Paris Chong of Leica present Art/Sound Fair, a new concept showcasing the intersection of art and music. A curated group of artists and musicians will present a four-day event at The Colony in Culver City, CA from October 3 – 6, 2024.
Alongside the exemplary work that galleries historically bring to photo l.a., the special edition fair will also include ideas highlighting: Music through the eyes of visual artists, The musician as a visual artist, The visual artist as a musician, Art and ephemera.
Internationally recognized, yet abundantly accessible, photo l.a. is a collaborative platform that cultivates connections between up-and-coming talent and the industry elite. Join us for the curated selection of 40+ local & international galleries, dealers, collectives, leading non-profits, art schools, and global booksellers.
photo l.a. will again offer our anticipated programming lectures, panel discussions, special installations, and docent tours throughout the weekend.
Stay tuned for more details, mark your calendars & please join us October 3 – 6, 2024 ~ A Photography Fair Like No Other

Image // Madeline Northway, Artwork © Myles Hendrik, Dreams of LA, FF-1051 Gallery
Exhibitor Applications Now Open
Special Edition Art / Sound Fair1 Night | 3 Days
10,000 Collectors & Enthusiasts

BEHIND THE LENS40+ Galleries and counting
Artists | Photographers | Experts
Music through the eyes of visual artists
Nineteenth-Century Photography Now at Getty Center
Exploring historical photography through a contemporary lens, J. Paul Getty Museum presents Nineteenth-Century Photography Now, an exhibition offering new perspectives on early photography via the responses of contemporary makers who communicate directly to their historical themes and subject matter. Organized around five themes, dating back to medium’s beginnings – Identity, Time, Spirit, Landscape, and Circulation – the exhibition explores 19th-century photographs through the work of 21 contemporary artists. Reflecting the inventiveness of early practitioners as well as the more disturbing historical aspects of their era, these interchanges between the first decades of the medium and the most recent invite us to reimagine 19th-century photography while exploring its complexities.
April 9 – July 7, 2024J. Paul Getty Museum
Getty Center1200 Getty Center Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90049

Image // Seated Woman with “Spirit” of a Young Man, about 1865–75, Maker unknown. Tintype. Getty Museum; Talking with Me, 2005, from the series Lilly, Lieko Shiga. Chromogenic print. Courtesy of and © Lieko Shiga






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