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Bicycle Art Show Opens Tonight in Silver Lake

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Back in August, a large mural went up on the facade of Quicksilver SiteLA on Sunset Blvd. It's a vision for the future of transportation and was executed by the locally based drawing group Sumi Ink Club, who will have events next week leading up to an exhibition in November. But tonight, an exhibition called "We Ride By Night" opens featuring art influenced by LA bicycle culture with cyclist Dorothy Le curating. The event goes to 9:00 p.m. at the gallery in Silver Lake. Below are photos of the building just in case you were wondering what it was when passing by.