Only in Los Angeles can one can see a major international photography fair occupying the fabricated New York streets at Paramount Studios. When walking the New York backlot after sundown, Paris Photo LA feels like a balmy mid-July New York evening – the energy is perfect: electric and eccentric. The galleries participating in Paris Photo LA expand beyond the standard booths, which occupy the adjoining sound studios, and fill the shallow studio set reconstructions of the Manhattan storefronts.
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