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PARIS, LA AT THE LA ART BOOK FAIR

The third annual Los Angeles Art Book Fair, presented by Printed Matter, is upon us! Paris, LA will be at the fair all weekend. Come peruse the packed galleries of the MOCA Geffen Contemporary and say hello! We’ll be selling new and old issues of the magazine.

About this blog

PARIS, LA blog is about the magic accidents of life. It’s about artists, writers, photographers, musicians and designers that cross our mind, and our heart for a day, a season, a life! It refers to a vital substance that nourishes, and inspires our soul day by day. A sort of vivid shadow that gives birth twice a year to a print magazine named PARIS, LA.
—Dorothée Perret

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SPACES: 2 HIKES IN MOJAVE DESERT

4 hours from Los Angeles, here some pictures of this magnificent space. Barber Peak Loop Trail Kelso Dunes Trail

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PORTRAIT: ALICE KÖNITZ

Alice Könitz is a Los Angeles institution. Or rather, she’s the founder of a Los Angeles institution. Or perhaps she’s none of these: her work–including the small shed museum she built in her backyard–influences precisely because it operates outside of the preexisting institutional framework. Alice Könitz is a rebel. Born in Essen, Germany, Könitz moved […]

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SONG: HURRICANE BY MS MR

Good morning with MS MR !

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EXHIBITION: ALMA ALLEN AT BLUM & POE

Blum & Poe in Culver City opened its newest exhibition of Alma Allen’s work last night. Allen’s elegant biomorphic forms in wood and stone filled the spacious galleries like toadstools and lava rocks, creating a kind of fantastical garden–both intimate and vast. From the exhibition statement: “Constructed primarily in stone, wood, and bronze, Allen’s mid- […]

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WEEKLY WRAP-UP: JAN. 5-10

This week, we learned about French photographer Jean Luc-Mylayne, took a peek inside L.A.’s historic Park Plaza Hotel, discovered a secret Picasso painting in the UCLA research library basement, listened to the sounds of Christine and the Queens, climbed the Beachwood Canyon Trail, mourned the deaths of Charlie Hebdo, saw Daniel Lipp’s work at Southard […]