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In honor of the the 16th International Los Angeles Photographic Art Exposition (aka Photo L.A.) being this weekend I thought I would make sure every photographer, novice to pro, knows about the event. So, here are some details:

LOCATION:
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
1855 Main Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401

HOURS:
Opening Reception hosted by Graham Nash
to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation
Thursday, January 18th, 6 - 9pm

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Public Hours:
Friday, January 19th , Noon - 7pm
Saturday, January 20th, Noon - 7pm
Sunday, January 21st, Noon - 6pm

TICKETS:
$ 20 1-Day Pass - includes catalog
$ 30 3-Day Pass - includes catalog
$ 80 Collecting Seminar - includes 3 day-pass
$ 10 per Lecture
$ 100 Benefit Reception

If you love photography and like to look at great photographs taken by talented people like Anthony Friedkin, Nick Brandt, LeRoy Grannis and Mona Kuhn then this is a must-attend event. Plus, with digital cameras selling so well and almost everyone and their dog now having some sort of camera, the photographs shown at the event can serve as creative inspiration and a worthy goal to work towards when trying to become a better photographer.

And really, who doesn't need some inspiration now and then?