A small preview of Paris Photo Los Angeles, taking place next week.

The second annual Paris Photo Los Angeles will exhibit an incredible collection of photography from around the world. 

The fair, which takes place inside Paramount Pictures Studios from April 25 to 27, will take advantage of its surroundings, using a police station studio for the LAPD archival images we shared earlier this week.

A wide range of styles and periods will be represented, including anonymous works from a mid-century American photographer, the more recent and awe-inspiring aerial photography of Edward Burtynsky and nearly every kind of image in-between:

Atta Kim ON-AIR Project 110-2, the New York series, Times Square, eight-hour exposure, 2005 Chromogenic Print 313 Art Project Exhibitor : 313 ART PROJECT
Julie Blackmon Homegrown Food, 2012 pigment print Catherine Edelman Gallery Exhibitor : Catherine Edelman
Kiripi Katembo Siku Evolution (from Mutations' Series), 2011 Lamba print on fine art paper Galerie Magnin-A, Paris Exhibitor : MAGNIN-A
Bertien van Manen Kentucky, 1987 Ink on fine art paper Bertien van Manen Exhibitor : Gabriel Rolt
Danny Lyon Atlanta, Winter, from the Civil Rights portfolio, 1963/64 gelatin silver print Etherton Gallery, © Danny Lyon Exhibitor : Etherton
Anonymous (US) Photograph from the Surveillance Archive, c. 1960s Exhibitor : HARPER'S BOOKS
Anthony Hernandez LA, 1971, 1971 Pigment print on Illford Mono Silk paper the artist Exhibitor : VON LINTEL 
Edward Burtynsky Benidorm #1, Spain, 2010 Chromogenic Color print; printed 2013 © Edward Burtynsky, courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, and Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, New York / Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto Exhibitor : Howard Greenberg 

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