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The Greatest of Them All ~ April 26th

3:05 PM PDT on April 22, 2014


Alexander the Great, contributing photographer for L.A. Taco, has put together a one night only show that will display the work of some of the city's best graffiti artists as well as the photographers who capture their work and the urban environment of Los Angeles.

There will be  live art, the unveiling of a new mural from the LOD crew, vendors, food, and a DJ. It all goes down on Saturday, April 26th starting at 4pm and wrapping up at 9pm.

Saturday, April 26th, 4pm-9pm
KGB Gallery
1640 N. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012

More Information:

Who: Feature photographers include, Alexander the Great, Erwin Recinos,

Vital LA Flix, East of the Angels, Ed is Everywhere, 236ism, Harsh Truth of the

Camera Eye, Spundini, Chicano Soul, and Mike Daclan.

Live painting and artwork display by Zoueh, Volt, Ser@LA, Begr, Use, and more

artists to be announced.

Featurec mural production by world famous LOD Crew.

What: Art & Photography Exhibit depicting the gritty city as seen through the lens

of LA's best underground photographers.

When: April 26, 2014 4pm-9pm

Where: KGB Studios 1640 N. Spring St, LA CA 90012

Why: To showcase a grittier side of life that often features lesser known

parts of the city and characters overlooked by the rush of society. To

provide a window into the original, non-commercial, side of graffiti and

street culture in Los Angeles. As the popularity of art in the streets

increases globally, so does the importance of documenting the origins

of graffiti in its purest form. If we don't record our history accurately, then

who will?

Please join us this Saturday, April 26, from 4pm to 9pm, @KGB gallery,

enjoy the art, food, and music provided by Dj Muzik77. Hope to see you


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