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Gronk Blends Urban Artifacts and Painting in Narrative Installation

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Los Angeles based artist Gronk, who is known nationally as a performance and graffiti artist, as well as a prankster, has a new installation exhibit that opened this weekend in Downtown LA. Urban Narrative is recollection of the history and mythology of the fading urban core of Los Angeles, and uses found objects, sculpture, and paintings to tell a tale of our city. The installation is open now through April 16th at Gallery 727, which is open Thursday-Saturday 12-6 or by appointment. Admission is free!

727 South Spring Street, Downtown LA (213) 627-9563