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Recap: Juxtapoz Psychedelic at The Well


One of the more cohesive group shows with good vibes so far this year was last weekend's Juztapoz Psychedelic Book Release Party at the Well in Downtown LA. The show was curated by artist and Juxtapoz editor, Hannah Stouffer, who managed to make the opening an experience and not just a bunch of art in a room. From the huge kaleidoscope, to the mural by Mad Steez, to Future Eyes handing out trippy lenses in the back, the scene was experimental and psychedelic, matching the theme of the impressive group of art assembled on the walls. Exhibiting artists included Alex & Allyson Grey, Andy Gillmore Sean Newport, Jetter Green, and many others. The Well proved to be the perfect location as it's pretty trippy in its own right, a unique gallery/store/salon space just outside DTLA's historic core. Keep reading for a gallery of images from the event, and remember the art is still up if you want to go check it out yourself: 1006 S OLIVE ST., LOS ANGELES, CA, 90015.

All photos by Ian Campbell.

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