Collection by Erika Heet

A New Photography Book Provides Rare Glimpses of Los Angeles

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Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los Angeles uncovers the city’s inherent dualities, in images captured by master photographers and contemporary artists. Los Angeles Times book critic and recent Dwell on Design speaker David L. Ulin, who wrote the book’s introduction, will host a panel discussion for the launch at MOCA this Saturday.

Big Cloud, 2011, Mitch Dobrowner, from the new book, Both Sides of Sunset.
Los Angeles, 2014, by Dwell contributor Iwan Baan, from Both Sides of Sunset.
Catherine Opie, House #12 (Beverly Hills), 1995, from Both Sides of Sunset.
Samuel-Novarro House (Hollywood), Lloyd Wright, 1998, Tim Street-Porter, from Both Sides of Sunset.
Alex Prager, 1:18 p.m.
Skyline Vista, 2014, Matthew Porter, from Both Sides of Sunset.
Los Angeles, 2014, by Dwell contributor Iwan Baan, from Both Sides of Sunset.
Artesia Blvd @ Aviation, Manhattan Beach, 1979, by photographer, musician, and punk rock producer SPOT.
RSVP for the free discussion on the book at MOCA on Saturday, June 27 here.
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