One of the highlights of Paris Photo Los Angeles is the Guy Bourdin exhibition at the Louise Alexander Gallery. A selection from the oeuvre of Bourdin is on display; vintage works consist of B&W shots dating from the 1950s showing portraits of artists, city views of Paris, Polaroid’s, sketches, films, texts and his famous double page spread compositions which spanned his 40 years working with leading fashion houses and magazines.
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