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Los Angeles-based artist Scott Froschauer has repurposed the visual language of the ubiquitous street sign and their authoritative voice into street art that toys with the viewer's understanding and perception

As Americans we are repeatedly stunned, shocked, appalled by each new incident of a seemingly random, mass shooting by some male loner motivated by personal rage and despair rather than

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Los Angeles-based artist Scott Froschauer has repurposed the visual language of the ubiquitous street sign and their authoritative voice into street art that toys with the viewer's understanding and perception

As Americans we are repeatedly stunned, shocked, appalled by each new incident of a seemingly random, mass shooting by some male loner motivated by personal rage and despair rather than

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Los Angeles-based artist Scott Froschauer has repurposed the visual language of the ubiquitous street sign and their authoritative voice into street art that toys with the viewer's understanding and perception

As Americans we are repeatedly stunned, shocked, appalled by each new incident of a seemingly random, mass shooting by some male loner motivated by personal rage and despair rather than

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Los Angeles-based artist Scott Froschauer has repurposed the visual language of the ubiquitous street sign and their authoritative voice into street art that toys with the viewer's understanding and perception

As Americans we are repeatedly stunned, shocked, appalled by each new incident of a seemingly random, mass shooting by some male loner motivated by personal rage and despair rather than

With an opening reception scheduled for Friday, Nov. 3rd at La Luz de Jesus in Hollywood, Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman is about to make a profound feminine statement in her exhibition Girls, Girls,

Greg Escalante killed himself in his bedroom on September 7th, in a desperate attempt to end a struggle with depression that had plagued him since his early twenties. The hugely

Lara Salmon uses her body as the primary instrument to coalesce and transform the materiality of a specific environ including herself, the subject in question. Her performances sustain a careful,