Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015

Photography // Thursday, April 30, 2015
This weekend, Paris Photo Los Angeles will once again bring together 79 art galleries and specialized art book dealers to the soundstages and movie sets of the New York Street backlot at Paramount Pictures studio in Hollywood. With exhibitors from 17 countries worldwide, the Fair proposes a panorama exploring how artists have been and are using photography and moving image.

David Maisel's "The Fall" @ Mark Moore Gallery, Los Angeles

Photography // Thursday, April 30, 2015
Currently on display at Mark Moore Gallery in Los Angeles is Mark Moore Gallery is "The Fall," a recent series of large-scale color photographs by California–based artist David Maisel. For over two decades, Maisel has rigorously photographed aerial perspectives of landscapes affected by industry, agriculture, urban sprawl and other forms of human intervention.

Manuel Franquelo's "Things in a Room" @ Marlborough Gallery, New York

Photography // Wednesday, April 29, 2015
The Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs by the Spanish-born artist, Manuel Franquelo. This is the artist’s first exhibition at Marlborough Gallery in New York. "Things in a Room" is comprised of six new photographs featuring still-life arrangements on shelves, tables and radiators. These hyper-real photographs are the result of a unique and highly refined photographic process of Franquelo’s own creation. 

Tatiana Gulenkina’s “Things Merging And Falling Apart”

Photography // Tuesday, April 28, 2015
The Washington DC-based Russian born artist Tatiana Gulenkina takes a refreshing abstract approach to the tactile processes in a photography darkroom. By experimenting with unconventional objects and their interactions with each other when exposed by light, Gulenkina creates vivid photograms that mimic anything from live organisms to science fiction landscapes. 

NSFW: BDSM and the Queer Family

Photography // Tuesday, April 28, 2015
In his series Boy and his SIR: BDSM and the Queer Family, Louisville-based photographer Kevin Warth examines an alternative meaning of the word “family”. Centering his project on the queer BDSM community, Warth looks at how the idea of family manifests itself in a community where marriage and reproduction are not always available, or even desirable, options. 

"Robert Frank: Park/Sleep & Partida" @ Pace/Magill Gallery, New York

Photography // Monday, April 27, 2015
Pace/MacGill Gallery is honored to present Robert Frank: Park/Sleep & Partida. Featuring the original prints and ephemera comprising his two most recent photographic books – Park/Sleep (Steidl 2013) and Partida (Steidl 2014) – the exhibition explores Robert Frank’s continued interest in the narrative possibilities of the medium and the art of the photobook. 

Sanna Charles's "God Listens to Slayer" published by Ditto Press

Photography // Monday, April 27, 2015
As soon as we saw the title for this book we knew we were going to want one for ourselves! Shot over a decade in Europe, Sanna Charles’s God Listens to Slayer published by Ditto Press is a documentation of the various tribes of die-hard Slayer fans (Die-hard is not used lightly when it comes to their fans. Remember the video of the dude scratching Slayer into his arm!). 

Christopher Marley’s “Biophilia”

Photography // Monday, April 27, 2015
On April 14, Abrams Books published Christopher Marley’s new book “Biophilia”. In this new collection of images, Marley takes a kaleidoscope approach to photographing colorful patterns and designs that he creates with vibrant and beautiful living things found in nature. Through the use of insects, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals, the book is a stunning combination of color, artistic design, and photography. 

"Build Us A Path" @ Space 1026, Philadelphia

Photography // Sunday, April 26, 2015
Space 1026 is pleased to announce Build Us A Path, a solo exhibition with Los Angeles-based photographer Clint Woodside. As a former member of Space 1026 for over 8 years, Woodside is honored to be returning to Philadelphia to showcase over 30 new works in the influential gallery and collective. Build Us A Path weaves Woodside’s documentarian style of photography with archival photographs, creating a landscape that is powerfully familiar yet vague and distant. 

Igor Samolet's "Be Happy!"

Photography // Saturday, April 25, 2015
In his series Be HAPPY!, Russian photographer Igor Samolet closely follows a group of young Russian protagonists as they party through the night in condemned buildings, capturing rampant alcohol and drug use, reckless violence and destruction, and meaningless sex. 


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