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Tim Sullivan

Another artist featured at the OCMA Biennial, Tim Sullivan's photographs are often magical.
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D.I.Y. 3-D

To inaugurate Off-Ramp's first photography show, John Rabe and Queena Kim show you how to make your own 3-D photos.

Reel-D

Joshua Greer talks about his first love: 3-D photographs. Greer is the CEO of Real-D, a company that helped filmmakers make animated movie Monster House 3-D.

LA's First Family Of Photography

The Watson family has a star on the Walk of Fame because they've been taking photos of L.A. since the 1800s. Delmar Watson is a photographer and keeper of the Watson family archive, which includes more than 2 million negatives and photos.

Julius Shulman

Julius Shulman's claim to the fame is that he's simply one of the best photographers of architecture around. When Shulman turned 95 in 2005, the Getty opened an exhibit of his work and threw him a birthday party.

Take My Picture

Local photographer Gary Leonard has been taking pictures in Southern California for decades.

Shooting History

Former Los Angeles Times' photographer Boris Yaro was with Robert Kennedy when he was shot and killed in 1968 at the Ambassador Hotel.
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On the Street

Frank Stoltze speaks to photographer Amy Arbus at her L.A. opening of On the Street. Arbus snapped pictures of the fashion fabulous in the 1980s for the Village Voice.
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WACK: Art and the Feminist Revolution

The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA is showing the nation's first-ever retrospective of feminist art. Queena Kim met up with Sibyl O'Malley, Laida Lertxundi, and Audrey Chan at MOCA and asked the CalArts graduate students: what's the stereotype of feminist artists theses days?
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The Getty Gets Contemporary

On view right now at The Getty is Zoopsia, four pieces by artist Tim Hawkinson. It's the first time the Getty has commissioned art from a living artist, and Queena Kim went to the opening to ask: why is the Getty delving into contemporary art?