"Mustangs" by Manfred Baumann

09/08/2018 - 08/08/2018
For photographer Manfred Baumann, the fascination of photography lies in departing from the familiar and capturing an impression of the moment. He loves to explore the world through the eyes of a photographer. For more than 20 years, he has sought out the most distant places in the world, where his breathtaking landscape photographs are created. Since 2013, he has been a photographer for National Geographic.

Jim Marshall, Bil Brown & Mynxii White

28/06/2018 - 06/08/2018
Witness the revolutionary stories of courage and strength captured by photographers Jim Marshall, Bil Brown & Mynxii White at Leica Gallery Los Angeles from June 28 through August 6.

Alain Laboile & Deborah Anderson

17/05/2018 - 25/06/2018
Experience a visual storytelling of time and history as seen through the lens of photographers Alain Laboile and Deborah Anderson at Leica Gallery Los Angeles from May 17 through June 25.

"April in Paris" Exhibition

05/04/2018 - 13/05/2018
See the beauty of Paris from the eyes of photographers William Albert Allard and Yasuhisa Ishii in their "April in Paris" Exhibition at Leica Gallery Los Angeles from April 5 - May 13.

Sarah Lee & Ram Shergill

23/02/2018 - 20/04/2018
Join Leica Gallery Los Angeles as they showcase the remarkable works of Sarah Lee and Ram Shergill in a visual storytelling on February 23.

"Exhausted and Exhilarated" by Neal Preston

09/01/2018 - 14/02/2018
Neal Preston is one of the most prolific and highly regarded rock photographers of all time. Exhilarated and Exhausted is a complete retrospective of an incredible career spanning almost 50 years. Exhilarated and Exhausted features unrestricted access to Neal's legendary archive which is considered one of music's most extensive and significant photography collections. A who's who of rock royalty, this stunning show and book is a breathtaking visual feast and fascinating memoir.

Jean Pigozzi's "Johnny's Pool"

09/11/2017 - 07/01/2018
Jean "Johnny" Pigozzi picked up a Leica camera as an adolescent and began formulating a diarist style that revolved around his observations of upper-class life. The famous "blue pool" at the Pigozzi family's Villa Dorane at Cap d'Antibes has seen actors, models, musicians, and photographers since it was built in 1953. 1953. Color and black-and-white photographs of celebrities including Bono, Mick and Bianca Jagger, Elizabeth Taylor, Naomi Campbell, Jack Nicholson, Robert De Niro, and Julian Schnabel are brought to life with dramatic light and playful pool-toy props, celebrating the fun and whimsy of the boisterous glitterati.

'On Assignment' with Doug Menuez

06/09/2017 - 10/09/2017
Refine your photography portfolio and join us as we go 'On Assignment' with renowned documentary photographer Doug Menuez and his Leica SL in Los Angeles. This intensive weekend will combine lectures, portfolio reviews, shooting on location and deep discussions about expressing and monetizing your passion for photography through visual storytelling.

Arthur Meyerson's "The Journey"

Award-winning photographer and highly sought-after workshop instructor, Arthur Meyerson, has traveled throughout the world photographing for advertising, corporate, and editorial clients. An avid photographer and contributor to the Leica Blog, Arthur Meyerson’s The Journey, a photography autobiography, was published this year. Join us in this exciting book signing as he dissects and takes us through a photographic journey of over ninety countries and all seven continents.

Jim Marshall's "Jazz Festival"

15/06/2017 - 31/07/2017
Jim Marshall and Leica Camera are synonymous. Jim bought his first Leica in 1959 for $50 down and twelve $24 monthly payments. This was the beginning of his fascination with Leica cameras, which led to his collection of twenty different Leica M bodies along with thirty or more Leica lenses with Leicavits modified to fit all of his Leica M bodies. Jim used his beloved Leica cameras up until his death in 2010. Before Jim walked out his front door, he always reached for a Leica to put on his shoulder. It was a ritual he performed every day of his life. Every iconic photograph Jim took was captured with his Leica camera. As Jim once said, “it’s never been just a job it’s been my life.”