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Preview: Art Sux Anyways Photo Show ~ Opens May 30th at Think Tank Gallery

Flyer Photo Show May 30

The biggest challenge in a group photo show is finding cohesive bonds between the various perspectives represented by each photographer. It appears that the people behind Art Sux Anyways have succeeded in curating a show that blends various cultures, including skateboarding, and comes out the other side with shared visions, along with a lot of straight-up beautiful images. The one-night-only show opens this weekend at Think Tank Gallery-- be prepared for some top notch photography and for some of the gallery's trademark surprises...

THINK TANK GALLERY | MAY 30TH | 8PM | 21+
939 S. MAPLE AVENUE. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90015

Keep reading for preview images and more info. Click on any image for a larger version...

Susanne Melanie Berry
Susanne Melanie Berry
Susanne Melanie Berry
Dyana-Rochell
Dyana-Rochell
Dyana-Rochell
Matthew Wordell
Matthew Wordell
Matthew Wordell
Mark Huey
Mark Huey
Mark Huey
Morgan Phillips
Morgan Phillips
Morgan Phillips
Joshua Elan
Joshua Elan
Joshua Elan
C.R. Stecyk III
C.R. Stecyk III
C.R. Stecyk III
Elizabeth Gilson
Elizabeth Gilson
Elizabeth Gilson
Matt Smith
Matt Smith
Matt Smith
Grant Gutierez
Grant Gutierez
Grant Gutierez
Renata Stone
Renata Stone
Renata Stone
Sébastien Zanella
Sébastien Zanella
Sébastien Zanella

"Join Art Sux Anyways as we explore a cultural mix of photographers from the East to the West coasts of America in a one night show. These photographers document lifestyles that we live and breathe, bringing the tranquil & the disobedient to one location where the viewer can too participate in the simplicity of nature & the complexity of adapting to urbanization. In this collection we bring together skate, motor & outdoorsman culture while looking at the juxtaposition of each & how these lifestyles blend together to create one culture, as well as our own personal mantras."

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