After dozens of spectacular IRL editions, this will be the photography institution’s first-ever virtual photo fair. Like many fairs, they’ve reimagined the traditional fair space for the digital world. Their special iteration is a partnership with the Whova app platform, which combines presentation scheduling and 3D booth presentations with a community networking function and interactivity in the discussions.

Harold Eugene Edgerton, Moving Skip Rope, 1952, gelatin silver print. Collection of the Museum of Photographic Arts

The roster of some 70 international and local exhibitors is both more focused in its online modality and more global in its reach, and includes museum partners from the Getty to the Wilson Centre and the Cleveland and Philadelphia Museums of Art, as well as a roster of the salient talks and panels for which Photo L.A. is known, including topics from Ansel Adams to skate, rock n roll, and fashion photography to independent publishing, photojournalism, and conservatorship. Saturday, June 27-Sunday, June 28, $20 all access pass;

FOCUS Photo L.A. Summer 2020 Finalists

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