Paris Photo Los Angeles has come to an end. Financially, the galleries saw mixed results, although they fared better than the doomsayers predicted. The festival will go on: director Julien Frydman has just signed on for two more years with Paramount. The event was a huge success. We will someday look back and perceive a before and after Paris Photo LA. We can only hope that other fairs and festivals will take its successes into consideration when reviewing how to bring new life to themselves.
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