In the past decade we saw an explosion of a new art genre, where graffiti and street art grew up and moved from the streets, alleys and subway stations inside – to galleries and museums and million-dollar homes around the world. Please join us for our first new exhibition of the New Year as we present some of LA’s most exciting and prolific street artists in

Closing Reception Saturday Feb. 22nd 4-7PM
Featuring AiseBorn, Andre Miripolsky, Man One and Random Act

As Street Art grows up and becomes more sophisticated, the styles and sub-categories of it continue to evolve, blurring the lines and combining political statements, pop culture, graffiti tagging, wheat-pasting and stylized script writing. The mash-up of styles can be seen in nearly every neighborhood, as street murals finally became legal again a few years ago after the lifting of the Mural Moratorium. Now, most neighborhoods around LA have murals on building sides, fences, oversized walls, storefronts and electric utility boxes. Come check out what’s moving from the streets inside, with these artists who have made the successful transition to gallery sales, each with their own unique style.


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Bruce Rubenstein