Photoville LA, a huge outdoor event will celebrate photography with more than 55 exhibits showcasing world-class
photos, plus video projections, workshops, nighttime discussions and family-friendly activities. The event will feature exhibitions in repurposed shipping containers, photo cubes, and lightboxes that will create a festival atmosphere with multiple galleries for Angelenos to explore.

Photoville is the brainchild of United Photo Industries (UPI), co-founded by Sam Barzilay, Dave Shelley, and Laura Roumanos in Brooklyn, where the Photoville festival has hosted thousands of photographers and photography fans for nine days every fall for the last eight years.

The Annenberg Space for Photography Presents Photoville LA will run for two weekends: April 26-28 and May 2-5, 2019. It is open to all ages and is free of charge. Parking rates vary depending on the time and day but will always be under $5.00. For more information visit:

I highly suggest checking out the programming if you’re in the area and into photography.

2016: A former gang member who is now a rapper, the K.A.S., a.k.a. Lil Kasper. Credit Joseph Rodriguez for The New York Times.
Justin Bettman, Set in The Street