Downtown Art Walk

Downtown Art Walk

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Gallery Row, Between Spring and Main Sts., Los Angeles, CA 90013, United States

On the second Thursday each month, downtown galleries and museums that span from the Historic Core to the Fashion District stay open into the night to collectively host a roving, self-guided tour. Executive Director Joe Moller presides over the non-profit event series, which usually includes more than four-dozen galleries that display (and sell) paintings, sculptures, and photography. They also have one-of-a-kind offerings at places like Crewest Gallery, which has sold boxing gloves painted with cartoon woodland creature pugilists, and El Nopal Press, which sells lithographs that deal with Mexican-American border issues.

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