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42 Photographers Show Their Love for L.A. In Upcoming Gallery Show
Images of Los Angeles can sometimes so evocatively capture what it is like to really be--and see--here. A new gallery show, "I Love L.A." will put on display the work of 42 photographers whose images represent their love for L.A. and the opening reception is open to the public next Thursday night.
700 submissions came in, from which a jury selected the final photos for the show. Motion, stillness, those sky-scraping palm-trees, and many more classic L.A. moments make up the show that opens August 13th at Duncan Miller Gallery.
After the show closes on September 17th, there is the possibility the show might hit the road.
More info about the exhibit is available via Facebook. The reception is Thursday, August 11th from 7-9 p.m. at the Wilshire Grand Hotel.
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