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Saturday, March 12th 2011 ~ 6-10PM ~ Alta Lofts ~ 200 N. San Fernando Road Los Angeles

Artists Include: Axis, Swank, Cre8, Toons, Taz, Dytch, Keo, Asylm, Siner, Man One, Haste, Sano, Eye, Vyal, Miner, Duke, Tyer, Sen, Flewnt, Kym, Juan Carlos Muñoz Hernandez, Spurn, Rick Ordoñez, Putos, Sonji & more

Presented by: I.C.U. Art ~ Curated by Stash Maleski & Jeanna Penn

Los Angeles is a like a Paint Factory for street artists. With hundreds of artists producing high quality work, LA has had a dramatic influence on art throughout world. This exhibition at Alta Lofts is in a building that was formerly used as the Fuller Paint Factory. This gritty and industrial neighborhood of historic Lincoln Heights just east of downtown LA and the LA River is experiencing a rebirth. It is a fitting spot to showcase some of the most inspirational and vibrant art that is being produced in Los Angeles today. Featuring work on canvas by some of LA’s most influential young artists, this will be a landmark show for LA Street Art.

With a live art auction from 8:30 PM to 9:00 PM to benefit: The Venice Art Walls

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