House of Lucie Los Angeles is a contemporary photography space at ROW DTLA presenting rotating exhibitions, lectures, workshops, and events.

Lucie Foundation is pleased to announce a partnership with Aperture Foundation.


Created in 1952 by photographers and writers as “common ground for the advancement of photography,” Aperture today is a multi-platform publisher and center for the photo community.  As the Lucie Foundation is always eager to promote the appreciation and understanding of photography, this collaboration is a wonderful addition to our programs to advocate this goal.

For the remainder of the year, House of Lucie will have a curated selection of Aperture books and magazines for sale at the gallery. These photo books  include new releases as well as classic photography monographs. This selection also includes many publications from Lucie Honorees.

Please come visit the gallery today to see the wonderful selection we have to offer. They will make wonderful gifts for those who appreciate art and will make great additions to your photography book collections!

Stay tuned for more Aperture / House of Lucie collaborations to come.


IPA “Best of Show” + Third Annual Lucie Photo Book Prize Exhibitions

IPA Annual “Best of Show” Exhibition

Curated by David Fahey, The Fahey/Klein Gallery. Sponsored by ChromaLuxe and Blazing Editions

IPA 2019 ” Best of Show” Photographers are:

IPA 2019 –Category Winners: Jonathan Knowles, Snezhana Von Büdingen, Evgeny Stetsko, Joey Lawrence, K M Asad, Mustafa Hassona, Sandro Miller, David Knox, Tom Putt, James Ritchie, Kohei Ueno, Jean Bérard, Rebeka Legovic, Maciej Wójcik, Katherine Young, Francesco Ruffoni, Simone Mestroni, Mikkel Hørlyck, Sritam Kumar Sethy, Julia Sh, Alexis Harper, Marina Kazakova, Christiaan van Heijst, Tony Law, Uffe Mulvad.

IPA 2019 – Curated selection: Anne Mette Elmelund, Barbara Zanon, Franklin Neto, Gabriele Cecconi, Gaelen Morse, Hernando Alonso Rivera Cervantes, Ingo Rasp, Iztok Medja, John Chakeres, Jorg Karg, Kaiwen Jiang, Kiliii Yuyan, Kristopher Grunert, Márton Mogyorósy, Magali Chesnel , Mariano Belmar Torrecilla, Mark Parascandola, Marta Bevacqua, Mitsuru Sakurai, Nino Jim Bacalso, Norman McCloskey, Rasmus Flindt Pedersen, Robert C Newman, Robert Yager, Timothy Duffy, Todd Antony, Xueying Chang.

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The Lucie Foundation is dedicated to celebrating all forms of photography, in print and online and is pleased to announce the third edition of the Lucie Photo Book Prize.

This program is a juried competition open to a diversity of book submissions- from traditionally published to prototypes, hand-made books to zines. The awards will be presented to photographers, editors, curators or publishers who have created such projects anywhere in the world within the last 24 months of our public call. The Lucie Foundation is proud to offer two cash prizes to the top two finalists for their outstanding work – one Traditional $3,000 cash prize and one Independent $2,000 cash prize.

The top finalists will have their work displayed at Splashlight Studios in New York City on October 21, 2019.

Learn More:


Exhibition Catalogue: Diane Arbus A Box of Ten Photographs, Smithsonian American Art Museum and Aperture

First: CAESURA the duration of a sigh, KEHRER Verlag

Intersectional: Be Hers Be Mine, Kehrer Publishing Heidelberg

Limited Edition: 67/11, EWS Press

Multi-Author: MAGNUM CHINA, Thames & Hudson

Other: Lifestyle, Hatje Cantz Verlag GmbH

Other: Robert F. Kennedy Funeral Train – The People’s View, Fw-Books

Other: RongRong’s Diary – Beijing East Village, The Walther Collection and Steidl

Reissue: Kohei Yoshiyuki: The Park, Radius Books and Yossi Milo

Single Author: Cimarron: Freedom and Masquerade, Thames & Hudson

Single Author: Christopher Street 1976, STANLEY/BARKER

Single Author: The Heights, Aperture

Single Author: Dawoud Bey: Seeing Deeply, University of Texas Press

Single Author: Arnold Newman: One Hundred, Radius Books and Howard Greenberg Gallery


Exhibition Catalogue: Go Down Moses, Candor Arts / Museum of Contemporary Photography

First: El Libro Supremo de la Suerte (The Supremo Book of Luck), TIS Books and Light Work

Handmade: what Shod I Be?!!!!, Self-Published

Intersectional: Sealegs, Joshua Tarplin and GHP

Limited Edition: At No Point In Between, Dais Books

Multi-Artist: Women of Kuwait, DayLight Books

Multi-Artist: Tamar, Where Are You?, bt:st verlag, Andreas Oetker-Kast

Multi-Author: Unique: Making Photographs in the Age of Ubiquity, House of Oktober

Other: East Harlem: The Postwar Years, powerHouse Books

Proposal: Oil & Moss, igortereshkov

Prototype: 3804 Days, Patrick Junker

Self-Published: M.O.O.N Mysterious Orbital Object Non-identified

Self-Published: Cicatriz Blanca, Guilherme Pucci

Single Author: Landfall, TBW Books

Zine: Charlotte by Sunny, Self-Published

Zine: Seasonal Blues, V1, Little Oak Press

Zine: Beyond the Darkness, Ion Printing

The Lucie Editions are limited edition, signed poster prints by master photographers that have been recognized at The Lucie Awards between 2003 and 2016. These Lucie Honorees represent some of the most important photographers of the 21st century.

These 56 iconic photographs have been produced in editions of 50 signed posters and 450 unsigned posters. Most of the editions are signed on an anti-acid archival label with the edition number on the back, while some of the posters are signed on the front of the poster.

All posters, signed and unsigned, are stamped on the back by the collection. Upon purchase, you will receive the accompanying Certificate of Authenticity with the edition #, print materials, image and signature details as well as our Lucie Editions representative signature.

This program was created with the intention to make iconic photographs by the Lucie Honoree photographers more accessible to aspiring photographers and photo enthusiasts around the world.

View the full collection at


House of Lucie at ROW DTLA 
777 S Alameda St.
Los Angeles, CA 90029
Building M1, Suite 140



Monday – Friday
11am – 5pm

Saturday & Sunday

11am – 4pm

Interested in presenting an exhibition, lecture, workshop, or event at House of Lucie Los Angeles?