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Los Angeles: A Tribute to LA's Street Vendors

Los Angeles
Apr 28, 2021 • View in browser
This past Saturday, hundreds in Los Angeles gathered to commemorate Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day. An all-female Armenian collective of artists, known as the She Loves Collective, planned a beautiful exhibition in time for this important day in which visitors could spend time with the many relics of Armenian homes. You can still see the show through this Sunday. 
Also this weekend, LACMA launches a documentary series on the politics of street vending in Los Angeles, and if you’re feeling ready to see art in-person, I suggest popping over to the California African American Museum. Personally, I will never watch a Tina Turner performance in the same way again. 
— Elisa Wouk Almino, Senior Editor

A Tribute to Los Angeles's Street Vendors
Nikita Gale Makes the Labor of Tina Turner’s Performances Visible
A Home of Armenian Relics Becomes a Space to Heal From Trauma
A Fragrance Bottles Up the Everyday Scents of Former East Germany
Closing Soon
Khari Johnson-Ricks, “Juneteenth Should Be a National Holiday“ (2021), 90" x 91" (image courtesy the artist and Night Gallery)
Khari Johnson-Ricks, “Juneteenth Should Be a National Holiday“ (2021), 90" x 91" (image courtesy the artist and Night Gallery)
On View in LA Museums
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