Framework

Capturing the world through photography, video and multimedia

The Beastie Boys in 1983 with Rick Rubin and Russell Simmons, C-Print, Exhibitor: LIBRAIRIE 213

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sophie Bramly

Tea Time, 2013, Collodion Photography, Exhibitor : voila! Gallery

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Alex Timmermans

Eystri-Rang River, Iceland, 2012, C-print, edition of 6 Image, Exhibitor : Von Lintel Gallery

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Edward Burtynsky / Von Lintel Gallery

Paloma al aire, 2011, Inkjet paper cotton, Exhibitor: Dillon Gallery

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ricardo Cases

Canyon de Chelly - Navaho, 1904. Toned Silver Gelatin Print. Exhibitor: Bruce Kapson Gallery

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Edward Sheriff Curtis

WELCOME RUSSIA, 2003. Exhibitor: Black Eye Gallery

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tom Evangelidis

Retail Window Reflection, 2011. Archival pigment print on 300 rag, paper. Edition of 12. Exhibitor : Wilding Cran Gallery

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bill Anderson

R.J. Arnold - Glass Plate 004-06 Circa 1886-1898. Courtesy of El Paso de Robles Area Historical Society

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Courtesy of El Paso de Robles Area Historical Society

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Paris Photo: May 1 -3, 2015

Los Angeles is becoming a mecca for photography.  As we wind down April and the Month of Photography, we embark on another three-day journey into the vast world of photography through Paris Photo.

“An international art fair for photography and moving image,” is the tagline of the event, which runs May 1-3 at Paramount Pictures Studios in  Los Angeles. Eighty galleries and art dealers from around the globe will showcase some of the finest photography of legends as well as emerging stars.

Get inspired with a full line of programming and experience photography from all facets as you look to expand your collection or just dream of starting one.  Tickets are on sale now.

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