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Preview: LA is Trying to Kill Me ~ Bloody Gums Pop-Up Show at Lei Min Space April 1st

11:48 AM PDT on March 31, 2017

Bloody Gums Collective presents “LA is Trying to Kill Me”, a pop-up show and zine release party this April 1st from 7pm-11pm at Lei Min Space at Chinatown Central Plaza. Featuring established and emerging photographers & visual creatives from throughout the Los Angeles, Northeast Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley and the Inland Empire. This is a one night opening that should not be missed. We covered Bloody Gums last photo exhibit "Film Is Not Dead" in Pomona back in October of 2015 (link here). Featured photographers & visual artist for this exhibit include:

Lawrence Anca, Alex LeGolvan, Joseph Weathers, Split Felipe, Jerry Rangel, Jacquie Ray (High Creatives), Kara Vorabutr, Fitsum Tadesse, Deladeso, Maximum Wild, Christopher Mancinelli, Andrew Quesada, Andrew Salama, Erwin Recinos, Jeremy Adams, Katy Shayne, Leo Eguirte, Raul Ramirez, Ray Young Chu, Thomas Morris, Jordan Burgundy, Irvin (Tofu) Guzman, Christohper Details and Andrew Barsoum.

Illustration work by Deladeso.

LA is Trying to Kill Me Pop-Up Show | Zine Release Party
Saturday April 1st | Open from 7pm to 11pm
443 Lei Min Way, Los Angeles, CA
(Between Broadway and Hill, right by Plum Tree Inn restaurant)

Photo by Andrew Quesada
Photo by Jeremy Adams
Photo by Split Felipe
Photo by Erwin Recinos
Photo by Jordan Burgundy
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