LAX: Photographs of Los Angeles 1980–84 is a photography book comprised of two series of black-and-white images of a metropolis that has now vanished. In the first series, “LAX”, photographer John Brian King engaged in street-style photography in one of the city’s most charged places: Los Angeles International Airport.
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