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Great Wall of Los Angeles Finally Gets Its Bridge

Great Wall of Los Angeles Finally Gets Its Bridge

The new bridge will include an interpretive center designed to highlight the half-mile long mural.
Surveying the Link Between Modernist Mexican Painting and Murals

Surveying the Link Between Modernist Mexican Painting and Murals

A new exhibition in Pasadena surveys the career of Alfredo Ramos Martínez, who has been cited as the father of Mexican modernism.
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Workmen's Circle Mural: A More Beautiful and Better World in South Robertson

Workmen's Circle Mural: A More Beautiful and Better World in South Robertson

The entire history of the left wing/liberal/progressive/activist side of the American Jewish experience can be seen, in a microcosm, at the corner of Robertson and Horner.
Monthly Mural Wrap: A Dozen Tags for October, 2013

Monthly Mural Wrap: A Dozen Tags for October, 2013

Muralists wait for no one. Once the ordinance was passed, permits were issued and the month brought reminders that the Los Angeles mural movement has an international reputation, i ...
Well, Maybe This is a Crime

Well, Maybe This is a Crime

Graffiti can be a crime. There, I said it. And Saber agrees.
This is Not a Surrealist Mural: 'Magritte in Los Angeles'

This is Not a Surrealist Mural: 'Magritte in Los Angeles'

A closer look at Noa Bornstein's lost mural, a surrealistic spoof of advertising and an homage to the Belgian master.
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