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The A+D Museum hosts an opening reception for the new exhibition Windshield Perspective, which recreates a choreographed drive down one of Los Angeles' many boulevards.

From the event website:

Windshield Perspective focuses on a short yet dense stretch of Beverly Boulevard from Normandie to Virgil. The windshield is both a lens and a shield; a screen which acts much like a magnifying glass to clarify the view and as a scrim to obscure the sight. This drive along Beverly stands for hundreds, if not thousands, of daily journeys through the city's landscape. The exhibit is about seeing and not seeing.
The reception ends at 9 p.m. The exhibition runs May 17-July 9.