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40 Graffiti Artists to Bomb Venice Walls on Sunday

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Saturday morning in the parking garage of The Hollywood | Photo by Tom Andrews/LAist

LA Goldrush is an international exchange of Graffiti artists from Italy visiting Los Angeles this week. Now in it's second year, organizers Raptuz (Milan) and Man One/Crewest Gallery (Los Angeles) have created a series of events throughout the city, one that many witnessed on Winston St. at the Downtown Art Walk on Thursday.

Yesterday and today, in an event closed to the public, the artists hit the parking garage of The Hollywood, a new 54 unit condo development a half block east of Hollywood and Highland. Their works here will be the only permanent display of this trip.

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Tomorrow, the graffiti artists will be hitting the Venice Walls. No set time or official event, but if you see forty or so Italians with spray paint in hand, then that's probably them.