PHOTO LA, in its 26th year, explores the photographic practice at DTLA's The Reef exhibition space with over 30 exhibitors. On display were vintage works from Cohen gallery, Emerging photographers featured in curated booths, digital printing studios, and works from private collections. From the booth of featured work by photography collectors was the work of Jo Ann Callis, named top 5 artworks at the fair.
From the collection of Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck
Woman With Blonde Hair is from a series of elegant and often enigmatic images from 1976 to 1977 that preceded the last 30 years of fictional narrative in photography. Referencing film noir, Paul Outerbridge, and the eroticism of fashion photographer Guy Bourdin, it creates a highly charged domestic tableau that exists out of any context and without any clear resolution, but is instead highly suggestive—the fetishistic overtones giving the scenario both pleasure and anxiety. As a cibachrome print, its lush coloration has a slightly metallic tone, only increasing its sense of menace and style.
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