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Group Show Number 7

Blackstone Gallery's 'exhibition of work in a variety of style and subject matter' opens on March 12th

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by LamontPaul, for outsideleft.com
originally published: March, 2015
an exhibition of work in a variety of style and subject matter
by LamontPaul, for outsideleft.com
originally published: March, 2015
an exhibition of work in a variety of style and subject matter

We are big fans of the Blackstone Gallery in Los Angeles and of course love John Kilduff - the man, the legend. John is just one of the participants in the Blackstone's Group Show #7 which runs through the remainder of March.

Group show #7 is... an exhibition of work in a variety of style and subject matter and features John Kilduff, Miles Hochhalter Lewis, Catherine Kaleel, Patrick Donovan, Alex Schaefer, Robert Lowden, Kat Genikov, Enrique Escobedo, Cindy Ferda and Steven Thomas Higgins.

The show opens on March 12th and runs until April 4th.

Blackstone Gallery
Fine Art Exhibitions
901 S. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Thur - Sat / 1pm - 7 pm/ or by appointment

Contact them this way
Phone: (909) 746-6308
email: blackstonegalleryla@gmail.com   

Slightly more info to be had at blackstonegalleryla.com

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