Classic Photographs Los Angeles is the comfort food of photography fairs: warm and satisfying, a kinder, gentler throwback to the hotel fairs of the early 1980’s. The Unseen Eye was there to get out of New York and to take a look, do a walkthrough and book signing. He had a yummy time. The set up at Bonham’s was modest and handsome, a quiet setting for a collegial weekend during which two dozen veteran dealers could genuinely engage with clients and, for much of the time, with each other. The Women’s March and the torrential rains may have had a dampening effect on attendance, but the audience seemed engaged and left fully sated.