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Urban Legends ~ L.A. Mart Design Center

From the left: Estria, Vyal One, Judy Baca, Eriberto Oriol and Kent Twitchell

‘Urban Legends’ Public Art Exhibition opened at the LA Mart Design Center on the evening of Friday, April 27th. Featuring works representing traditional muralism, street, graffiti art, and sculptures by highly acclaimed and up-and-coming urban artists from around the world. Examples of works for auction include; limited edition serigraphs, original works of paint on canvas, original sketches used to develop murals commissioned by the 1984 Olympics commission; on behalf of worldwide superstar, Michael Jackson; and additional rare, historical collectibles representing muralism, street art and graffiti writers. Free admission to ‘Urban Legends’ will begin May 1st through the closing on Saturday, May 26.

The roster of more than 50 urban artists includes legends, Judy Baca, Kent Twitchell, Chaz Bojorquez, Eriberto and Estevan Oriol, Martha Cooper, Vyal, Mear One, Kofie, RETNA, Estria, Brett “Dizney” Cook, SANER, Vogue TDK, and Yusef Davis, Jher, TEWSR, Warren Heard, Ckaweeks, Katch, ABCNT, Canlove, Codak, Cryptik, Erin Yoshi, Andrew Hem, Sand One, Woier, Shark Toof, Alexander DC Smith & Hans Haveron, Evan Mendleson, John Park & Christina Angelina, Max Neutra, Van Saro, FOODONE, Level, Cern, Doves, Mare 139, Meres, BAM, Chor Boogie, Pablo Cristi, EKLA, Herakut & MACLAIM, KIDGHE, LIBRE, Aly Kouroma and Freddy Sam.

PRESENTED BY: The Estria Foundation, L.A. Art Machine, The DoArT
, MCLA, SPARC, ICU Art, Crewest, Find Art Magazine and Mobile Mural Labs

For more photos of this event visit Erwin Recinos on Flickr.

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