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The death of Joseph Gatto made a poignant agony in the year that resolved art being banned from the walls of the city.
The act of making a statement in public space has instant cachet, just because it's being done. With so much street art, is it now more important to have meaning?
Ramiro Gomez installs cardboard cutouts of day laborers and domestic workers in Beverly Hills and West L.A. to show lives overlooked by most.