Photo LA is planning a virtual show for the end of June and I for one am glad to see it happening. As we wait for the day when we can safely walk the aisles again, keeping the community together and providing a meeting place for artists and collectors is more important than ever. It should be clear, I love photo shows. I love the crowds, the running into friends, the seeing of new work and old favorites in the space of a hundred yards. I love watching people gather round as an artist signs a book or talks about...
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