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Photos: 65 Local and International Galleries Gather in Santa Monica for PhotoLA Fair

[dropcap size=big]T[/dropcap]his year's PhotoLA Fair took place in Santa Monica’s famed Barker Hangar, a 35,000-square-foot gallery space. The 2019 fair played host to 65 local and international galleries from dealers, artists, collectives, non-profits, and art schools. L.A. Taco was on hand to capture some highlights from the fair.

Photo-Eye Gallery from New Mexico displaying the work of artist/photographer Thomas Jackson.

Photographer Polly Borland (top & bottom) on view with her latest work at Nino Mier Gallery.

For this fall/winter 2018-19 edition of FOCUS PHOTO L.A. the work of the top 20 finalists were printed by A & I Fine Art + Photography.

A & I Photography booth had the work of photographer Ted Soqui (top) on display and (bottom) a live-painting session with artist Marcel "SEL" Blanco who collaborated with photographer Richard Abagon.

Books for sale at the Little Big Man Booth from photographers around the world. Ed & Deanna Templeton signing copies of their latest book releases Contemporary Suburbium published by Nazraeli Press.
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