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ACAB: Photo Show of LA Unculture ~ Lethal Amounts

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Late last month, the ALL COPS ARE BASTARDS group photo show opened with underground photographers showing the street life in LA through their camera lenses. Curated by graffiti artist sLAy (SLay LA) and Lethal Amounts, the show highlights graffiti culture and the stories that are documented by the nightcrawling artists themselves. Images of illegal art, trainyards, police brutality, junkies, hookers, poverty, city negligence, urban decay, and debauchery are shown. Ranging for the 90's-to present day, ACAB represents a wide range of established and amatuer photographers giving us their photo journals to depict authentic stories of what really goes on in the streets of LA.

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