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Art Openings: Art Walks, Magic, Retro Collage
Tonight’s weather should be fantastic for another great Downtown Art Walk! Art lovers are encouraged to utilize public transportation to take advantage of this monthly event. Creating a vibrant atmosphere, the walk is a great way to explore the areas galleries, and eclectic eateries. Maps are available at www.downtownartwalk.com. – 12-9pm
Thinkspace Gallery presents a new installation by Amy Sol entitled Karmic Magic. The fantastical wood surface paintings from this Las Vegas based artist incorporate her love of manga comics, and folk tales. – thru July 4th
Opening reception – 7-11pm
4210 Santa Monica Blvd.
Into the evening hours, head over to Highland Park for Gallery Night. This monthly event highlights the galleries of Northeast Los Angeles; and include the Southwest and Heritage Square museums. Get your map here. – 7-10pm
In Culver City, Cerasoli Gallery presents Lost Art of Murder, the awesome vintage style collage work of German artist Mario Wagner. The creative utilization of old magazines, give these large scale works a pop modern flair. Wagners works have been featured in Playboy, NY Times Magazine, and Vanity Fair to name a few. – thru July 5th
Opening reception – 6-9pm
8530-B Washington Blvd. Culver City
Migration by Amy Sol courtesy of Thinkspace
Famile by Mario Wagner courtesy of Cerasoli Gallery
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