The Annenberg Space for Photography in the Century City neighborhood of Los Angeles is permanently closing its doors after initially shutting them in mid-March due to the spread of coronavirus. Its founder Wallis Annenberg, sent out the following letter. Dear Friends: I’m writing to share some news – borne out of the pandemic that has upended public institutions across the world. After closing its doors to the public in March, the Annenberg Space for Photography will not be re-opening. It’s been a joy and a privilege to share my favorite art form with the Los Angeles community for these ten...
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