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ONE Archives at the USC Libraries is presenting a yearlong public digital art installation for the City of West Hollywood's 67 foot billboard, the Sunset Spectacular, located at 8775 Sunset Boulevard, organized by ONE Archive's scholar-curator Jeanne Vaccaro. The digital...
Venice Beach artist, Joel Shields, is creating a new form of guerrilla art using colorful yarn and city landscapes as a deconstructed canvas. He brought his latest rogue creation to the city of West Hollywood recently where he wraps the yarn...
Saturday, May 7, 2022, is the last day to catch Resurrecting Weho Jesus, by K Ryan Henisey, at Tag Gallery, located at 5458 Wilshire Blvd. There will be an in-person closing artist reception from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Artists...
West Hollywood is celebrating the city’s architectural history through watercolor, pen and ink illustrations in the newest art installation A Turret Affair, 2018 by Miss Brightside. The 550-foot long art work is a visual love letter to the turrets...
Wallspace art gallery, located at 7701 Santa Monica Boulevard, presents ‘FREE TO BE E(WE)!", a solo and immersive installation by Ricky Sencion aka "Little Ricky." There will be an opening reception from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. on Thursday June...
The New Arts Foundation, a West Hollywood-based arts & mental health nonprofit, in partnership with the City of West Hollywood is pleased to present "High as the Sky", a group art exhibition on August 20, 2022 from 5 p.m....
The Andaz West Hollywood is set to unveil a new Andaz Salon art exhibit as part of its rotating showcase, which will feature the works of two up-and-coming artist who also happen to be Andaz employees. The collection will be...
The City of West Hollywood recently awarded three WeHo resident artists with a $5,000 grant each, through its 2021 WeHo Artist Grant Program. The grant aims to nurture and support the long-term development of an artist’s ideas by providing...
LED lighting in two panels of the Parallel Perpendicular sculpture are completely burned out, possibly a result from power outages throughout West Hollywood last week. The art installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III has a third panel that...
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