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Tugboat & Something to BLAB About
This Saturday is a good night to catch a couple of cool art openings around town!
ACME is launching the group show Tugboat, featuring a variety of works by L.A. based artists Justin Beal, & Doug Crocco, along with Tomory Dodge, Tony Feher, Davis Rhodes, Lisa Sanditz, and Neal Tait.
Opening reception is Saturday night from 6-8pm. - runs thru Oct. 6 - ACME - 6150 Wilshire Boulevard, Spaces 1 & 2 - www.acmelosangeles.com
Across town in Santa Monica, Monte Beauchamp is presenting BLAB! an annual coffee table showcase, featuring some devilish paintings from the likes of SHAG, Gary Baseman, Gary Taxali & many, many others. Opening Saturday 8-11:30pm.
runs thru Sept. 29 - Copro-Nason Gallery @ Bergamont Station - 2525 Michigan Ave. Bldg. T-5 Santa Monica - www.blab-world.com
photo of Neal Tait "Foliage Hare" painting courtesy of ACME
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