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Paris Photo adds its own signage to the streets of Paramount's New York City back lot.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

Paris Photo Los Angeles is at Paramount Studios April 25-28.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

Paris Photo attendees are reflected in a window on the Paramount Studios New York City back lot.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

As Paris Photo tests the Los Angeles market for photography, it nods to Hollywood's pictures. The event's setting is Paramount Studios, where soundstages and the New York City back lot provide exhibition space.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

Brancolini Grimaldi gallery of London shows work by Miles Aldridge.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

Etherton Gallery displays the work of Magnum photographer Alex Webb.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

The Paris Photo show draws well at home. It is testing the mood in Los Angeles.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

There's a fun-house mirror of cities as Paris Photo presents a Los Angeles version of its show at Paramount Studios, including its New York City back lot.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

JR The Wrinkles of the City, Los Angeles, Lovers on the roof, USA, 2012

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JR / Exhibitor: Perrotin

Pieter Hugo Al Hasan Abukari, Agbogbloshie Market, Accra, Ghana, 2009

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Pieter Hugo / Exhibitor: Yossi Milo

David Armstrong Luc and Lisa, New Year's Eve, 1979

PHOTOGRAPH BY: David Armstrong / Exhibitor: Brachfeld

Michael Jang David Bowie signing autographs at The Beverly Hilton, 1973

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Jang / Exhibitor: Stephen Wirtz

Jonas Mekas Lennons, during the Bed-In in Montreal, May 26, 1969

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jonas Mekas / Exhibitor: Deborah Colton

Moneta J. Sleet Jr. King Funeral, Deep Sorrow, May 5, 1969

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Moneta J. Sleet Jr. / Exhibitor: Daniel Blau

Alex Webb / Magnum Photos San Ysidro, California, 1979

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Alex Webb / Exhibitor: Etherton Gallery

Fred Herzog Foot of Main, 1968

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Fred Herzog / Exhibitor: Equinox

Brian Lanker Moment of Life Ð Born of a Baby, January 27, 1972

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Brian Lanker / Exhibitor: Daniel Blau

Ricardo Bloch Jennifer serie Happy Days, Denver, Colorado, 1978

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ricardo Bloch / Exhibitor: School Gallery / Oliv

Joakim Eneroth THE PAST IS CANCELLED, sŽerie Short Stories of the Transparent Mind, 2010

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Joakim Eneroth / Exhibitor: School Gallery / Oli

Panos Kokkinias Aristea, 2012

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Panos Kokkinias / Exhibitor: Xippas

Massimo Vitali Les Due Sorelle Motor Boats, 2011

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Massimo Vitali / Exhibitor: Brancolini Grimaldi

Jackie Nickerson Bridget, 2012

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jackie Nickerson / Exhibitor: Brancolini Grimaldi

Tal Shochat Tapuach (Apple), 2011

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tal Shochat / Exhibitor: Andrea Meislin

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The organizers of Paris Photo, the world’s most prestigious photography fair, have chosen L.A. for their first U.S. spinoff — and the Paramount Pictures Studios as their backdrop. About 60 art galleries and 12 publishers or bookshops have set up booths either in the faux brownstones and buildings of a New York City backlot or one of three sound stages nearby.  The fair runs Friday, April 26, through Sunday, April 28, 12 p.m.-7 p.m., except Sunday (12 p.m.-6 p.m.). Admission: $28. Additional information can be found here.

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