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Paris Photo comes back to L.A.

From May 1 to 3, Paris Photo, the international art fair for photography and video, will take over much of Paramount Pictures Studios in Hollywood for its third edition. More than 75 art galleries and book publishers will set up on soundstages and in backlots. Here is a look at some of the images that will be on exhibit, selected by California Sunday Photography Director Jacqueline Bates, from artists and galleries in the West, Asia, and Latin America.

<p>  	<strong>Todd Hido</strong></p>  <p>  	Untitled #10522-c, 2011</p>  <p>  	<span class="credit">Courtesy of the artist and Casemore Kirkeby, San Francisco</span></p>

Todd Hido

Untitled #10522-c, 2011

Courtesy of the artist and Casemore Kirkeby, San Francisco

<p>  	<strong>Amir Zaki</strong></p>  <p>  	Tree Portrait 26, 2012</p>  <p>  	<span class="credit">Courtesy of the artist and ACME, Los Angeles</span></p>

Amir Zaki

Tree Portrait 26, 2012

Courtesy of the artist and ACME, Los Angeles

<p>  	<strong>Richard Misrach</strong></p>  <p>  	Untitled (November 18, 2013, 5:38 PM), 2013</p>  <p>  	<span class="credit">Courtesy of the artist and Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Beverly Hills</span></p>

Richard Misrach

Untitled (November 18, 2013, 5:38 PM), 2013

Courtesy of the artist and Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Beverly Hills

<p>  	<strong>R.J. Arnold</strong></p>  <p>  	Glass Plate 011-06, circa 1886-1898</p>  <p>  	<span class="credit">Courtesy of El Paso de Robles Area Historical Society, San Luis Obispo</span></p>

R.J. Arnold

Glass Plate 011-06, circa 1886-1898

Courtesy of El Paso de Robles Area Historical Society, San Luis Obispo

<p>  	<strong>Wang Ningde</strong></p>  <p>  	Form of Light, Color Filter for a Utopian Sky No. 7, 2013</p>  <p>  	<span class="credit">Courtesy of M97 Gallery, Shanghai</span></p>

Wang Ningde

Form of Light, Color Filter for a Utopian Sky No. 7, 2013

Courtesy of M97 Gallery, Shanghai

<p>  	<strong>LeRoy Grannis</strong></p>  <p>  	Hittin&rsquo; It, Redondo Breakwater, 1963</p>  <p>  	<span class="credit">Courtesy of M+B Gallery, Los Angeles</span></p>

LeRoy Grannis

Hittin’ It, Redondo Breakwater, 1963

Courtesy of M+B Gallery, Los Angeles

<p><strong>Fred Herzog</strong></p>  <p>Foot of Main, 1968</p>  <p><span class="credit">Courtesy of Equinox Gallery, Vancouver</span></p>

Fred Herzog

Foot of Main, 1968

Courtesy of Equinox Gallery, Vancouver

<p>  	<strong>Nobuyoshi Araki</strong></p>  <p>  	From the series <em>Love on the Left Eye.</em></p>  <p>  	<span class="credit">Courtesy of Little Big Man Gallery, Los Angeles</span></p>

Nobuyoshi Araki

From the series Love on the Left Eye.

Courtesy of Little Big Man Gallery, Los Angeles

<p>  	<strong>Joaquin Trujillo</strong></p>  <p>  	El Que Quiere Azul Celeste Que Le Cueste, 2011</p>  <p>  	<span class="credit">Courtesy of De Soto Gallery, Venice</span></p>

Joaquin Trujillo

El Que Quiere Azul Celeste Que Le Cueste, 2011

Courtesy of De Soto Gallery, Venice

<p>  	<strong>Edward Burtynsky</strong></p>  <p>  	Pivot Irrigation #39, High Plains, Texas Panhandle, USA, 2012</p>  <p>  	<span class="credit">Courtesy of Edward Burtynsky and Von Lintel Gallery, Los Angeles</span></p>

Edward Burtynsky

Pivot Irrigation #39, High Plains, Texas Panhandle, USA, 2012

Courtesy of Edward Burtynsky and Von Lintel Gallery, Los Angeles