The people who brought you the Grand Palais in Paris have delivered Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. When the curtain went up at Paris Photo LA, the assembled cognoscenti were simply astonished. Not only were the contemporary photographs displayed of the highest caliber anyone has ever seen at an art fair; not only were the exhibitions magnificently laid out with enough space for every picture; not only did the visitors savor the California sun as they walked from sound stage to soundstage through the New York back lot; but, everyone, absolutely everyone, had a very good time.
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