LAundry Exhibition

By | February 24, 2014 at 9:04 pm | No comments | ART, Featured Post, PHOTOGRAPHY, Recaps | Tags: , , , ,

This past week on February 20th, we had experienced a new level of curating a show for upcoming artist in the streets of Los Angeles at The LAundry Exhibition. The exhibition actually took place inside of a laundromat in Downtown Los Angeles. How innovating is that ? That’s innovating as f**%! We had the chance to meet one of LA’s promising artist Logan Anderson, who has a unique style and uses his abstract vision to create exquisite art pieces. Ms. Rheo Spliff was in the building introducing us to her dope anime artwork carved into wood pieces. The artwork was amazing and you could tell that they had taken a lot of time, effort, and dedication to display their work. One of our favorite artist known as Bethany Bee had some amazing photography stills on display clipped onto Laundry baskets which was pretty clever to everyone’s eye. As everyone was gathered around having a blast the DJ had set the wave right by playing some Schoolboy Q and Dom Kennedy which had everybody jamming. The event was a success and everyone was pretty much amazed at the fact that there was really an art exhibit inside of a laundromat.

-Words and photos shot by Bart Hufs

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