Photo Independent This Weekend in LA!


PHOTO INDEPENDENT is an annual photography art fair held in Hollywood, California, making its inaugural debut at Raleigh Studios, across from Paramount Studios, in 2014. As the first and only high-visibility platform for independent photographers, PHOTO INDEPENDENT presents a forum for direct exchange of ideas and contacts between photographers, collectors and art professionals. PHOTO INDEPENDENT provides you with the unique opportunity to invest in the most exciting established, emerging and undiscovered photographic talent today.

Included will be a selection of winners from 2013’s AX3 photo awards, including a number from the mobile category (of which Daria Polichetti and I were judges).


Raleigh Studios Hollywood
5300 Melrose Avenue
Hollywood, CA 90038

Friday, April 25
Trade Day, 1pm-5pm
Press Preview, 5pm-7pm
Opening Night Premiere Party, 7-10pm

Saturday, April 26, 11am–7pm
Sunday, April 27, 11am–6pm

* Days and times subject to change


General Admission – One Day Pass: $15.00 ($20.00 at the door)
One Day Pass admits one person to any one day of the Fair, April 26-27.
General Admission – Weekend Pass: $25.00 ($30.00 at the door)
The Weekend Pass admits one person for two days of the Fair, April 26-27.
VIP Pass – Includes Opening Night Premiere Party and Preview: $100.00 ($110.00 at the door)
The VIP Pass admits one person and includes:
» Early Entrance for Preview and Opening Night Premiere Party, Friday, April 25 (5-7 pm).
» One ticket for the Opening Night Premiere Party, (7-10 pm).
» One complimentary show catalogue
» H’ordoevres and cocktails.
» Opportunity to view and purchase photography before the general public has access.
» Unlimited admission to Photo Independent throughout the weekend.
» Unlimited access to the VIP Lounge throughout weekend.


Parking is available on the Raleigh Studios lot entrance on Van Ness Avenue, just south of Melrose Avenue. Price: $10.

Visit http://photoindependent.com/  for more information!

Bob Weil

Bob is the co-author of The Art of iPhone Photography (with Nicki Fitz-Gerald), published by Rocky Nook photography books and supports Nicki in managing iPhoneography Central and the associated Flickr group.