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‘Everyday Ends’ by TOFU Opens at 1700 Naud Gallery ~ Chinatown

3:09 PM PST on February 12, 2019

[dropcap size=big]T[/dropcap]his past weekend, 1700 Naud Gallery opened with the exhibition Everyday Ends, featuring the work of artist TOFU. Naud Gallery is located near Mission Junction in the industrial section of Chinatown.

This gallery has been quietly grinding away and diligently working with local artists and collectives in the Los Angeles area. To locals familiar with this area, you will see graffiti and street art from locals to world renowned street artists, although in the last three years, it has changed from its days of empty niche spaces and warehouse parties to pop-up shows and slick exhibitions.

TOFU’s work fits well with this gallery, as it is directly influenced by graffiti and street art. A new direction of work has evolved from walls and 2D mediums to ceramics, video, installation and immersive art for social media. Working with brands such as Bloody Gums and PizzaBoyzzz has helped TOFU reach new audiences of art lovers.

Everyday Ends will be on display until February 16. Follow @1700naud & @xtofux for more details.

1700 Naud
119 Wilhardt St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

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