Photo L.A.

Photo L.A. describes itself as a platform for the international photography community. With Photo Independent, it is the only art fair in Los Angeles dedicated to the photographic medium. Taking place annually in January, the show gathers art dealers, galleries, collectors, photographers, publishers and booksellers to sell, buy and discuss artworks of a world-class standard. Photo L.A. offers the very best of both modern and vintage photography, video and multi-media pieces. Around 60-70 exhibitors – from the USA and abroad – participate in each edition. Photo L.A. is a popular fair. Indeed, it attracts 10,000 interested visitors who share the same passion. Finally, alongside the trading exhibition itself, there is a schedule of talks and of book signings timetabled across the 3 public open days.

Photo L.A. 2021


Barker Hangar
3021 Airport Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90405
United States

Opening hours

January 2021: TBA

Entrance Fee

1 Day Ticket (advance): $20
Weekend Pass (advance): $30
Ticket Students & Seniors (advance): $15
Pass Students & Seniors (advance): $25


Art Performance

Art Periods


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