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Vice Magazine's Photo Issue Celebrated With Gallery Show Opening Tonight
Vice Magazine is known for its provocative and irreverent nature, and their annual Photo Issue is no exception. To celebrate this year's photographers and their featured works, Vice UK's Jonnie Craig has put together a gallery show opening tonight at the Scion Installation Space in Culver City.
Including images that will draw you in closer for a longer, contemplative look, as well as some that will make you turn your head away in disgust, the show is a thought-provoking collection of photographs showcasing the talents of Angela Boatwright, Asger Carlsen, Jonnie Craig, Jackson Eaton, Seth Fluker, Nicholas Haggard, Jerry Hsu, Kevin Long, Ross McDonnell, Sophie Mörner, Patrick O’Dell, Alex Olson, Valerie Phillips, Jared Ritz, Lele Saveri, RJ Shaughnessy, Peter Sutherland, Patrick Tsai, Sean Vegezzi and Gavin Watson.
The show runs tonight through September 4th; head there from 7-10 this evening to get some of the notorious Vice 'tude in person and be part of the opening celebration. There will be complimentary valet, and an open bar, too. In the meantime, we got a chance to take a preview tour of the show as it was being hung yesterday. Artist info and price list available at the gallery.
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