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Leonard Greco, known for his neo-medieval paintings, sculpture and installations has a solo exhibition opening July 8th 7-10pm at Avenue 50 Studios in Highland Park. At this stage of Greco’s life,

Graphite artist Terry Arena opens her Los Angeles solo exhibition at Brainworks Gallery July 1st 5-8pm. Borrowing from Rachel Carson’s book, Silent Spring, Arena find the ideas and inquiries into

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Leonard Greco, known for his neo-medieval paintings, sculpture and installations has a solo exhibition opening July 8th 7-10pm at Avenue 50 Studios in Highland Park. At this stage of Greco’s life,

Graphite artist Terry Arena opens her Los Angeles solo exhibition at Brainworks Gallery July 1st 5-8pm. Borrowing from Rachel Carson’s book, Silent Spring, Arena find the ideas and inquiries into

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Leonard Greco, known for his neo-medieval paintings, sculpture and installations has a solo exhibition opening July 8th 7-10pm at Avenue 50 Studios in Highland Park. At this stage of Greco’s life,

Graphite artist Terry Arena opens her Los Angeles solo exhibition at Brainworks Gallery July 1st 5-8pm. Borrowing from Rachel Carson’s book, Silent Spring, Arena find the ideas and inquiries into

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Leonard Greco, known for his neo-medieval paintings, sculpture and installations has a solo exhibition opening July 8th 7-10pm at Avenue 50 Studios in Highland Park. At this stage of Greco’s life,

Graphite artist Terry Arena opens her Los Angeles solo exhibition at Brainworks Gallery July 1st 5-8pm. Borrowing from Rachel Carson’s book, Silent Spring, Arena find the ideas and inquiries into

La Luz de Jesus presents a group show featuring Vakseen, Annie Terrazzo, Tracy Lewis, Dos Diablos, Matt Adrian & Sean Stepanoff. The exhibition will run from July 7th through July 30th,

On the Street is an international street photography competition produced by Fabrik Media. More than 200 photographers from eight countries submitted work to the competition. A jury of art critics,

During the Belle Époque, near the end of the 19th century, two wildly creative brothers, Auguste and Louis Lumière, began working in their father’s photographic factory in Lyon, France. The