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Seems like L.A. might not need help with its celebrity worship, but there's plenty to appreciate in the music and sports photography inside the new Morrison Hotel Gallery at the Sunset Marquis.
If you can’t be famous for 15 minutes, you can at least be famous for a few square inches.
Photographer Matthew Rolston has shot pop stars, supermodels, and hundreds of leading ladues, but for his latest project, he turned his lens on subjects who were a little less lively and a lot more stiff: ventriloquist's dummies.
If Matthew Rolston’s high-concept images of celebrities made them look like living dolls, his take on actual ventriloquist’s dummies achieves the reverse effect.
Most of us pick up a camera to capture an image or preserve a moment. Conceptual photographer Uta Barth shucks this common usage and purposefully shoots photos that lack a subject.
Two men stand in thigh-deep water in a rippling lake, a heron perched on a reed hoop nearby as masks made from dead birds conceal their faces.
Thank you, internet. Photos like this are the reason you exist.
Not only does Wade Davis have one of the best job titles ever -- Explorer in Residence at the National Geographic Society -- he has one of the most amazing home libraries in the world.
Photograph by Jill GreenbergThis is not your daughter’s pretty pony book. In Horses (Rizzoli, 224 pages, $55), L.A. photographer Jill Greenberg celebrates the more sensuous qualities of these animals....
In 36 exposures, we tell the life story in words and pictures of the charming, brilliant, and cantankerous architectural photographer Julius Shulman