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Arts and Entertainment

Irish Street Artist Takes on Venice Wall

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Following in the steps of European street artists JR and Vhils, both who created murals in downtown this month, Cork-based Conor Harrington took to Venice this past weekend. The artist known for mixing graffiti art with with traditional oil painting painted a mural on the "High n High" building near Abbott Kinney and Santa Clara, which could soon be soon a new veggie restaurant by the people behind Gjelina. Harrington is in town for EuroTrash, the second in a series of Beverly Hills art shows curated by David Lazarides.