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Uno @ Hold Up Art (Anniversery celebration)

Saturday, Feb 5th, in downtown L.A. at Hold Up Art was another art show for me to see. This was the one year anniversary of the gallery. The collection promoted highlights of  the past and near future artists that will be shown at the gallery in the coming months.  I was sold on the idea on two artist alone - Sonny Kay and Eye One.  It was a strong opening night, there were a few paintings I wasn't able to get a picture of due to crowding. I wanted to take a few pictures of the artist I liked but only ended up getting Eye One. Asylum was there but I lost him in the festivities.

Eddie Colla

Sonny Kay




Allison Torneros

Sean D'Anconia

Asylum


EyeOne
  
EyeOne

Hold Up Art

Codak, Lehumanbeing, Eye One

Please check out their sites as well:
 http://eyelost.comasylm.comhttp://sonnykay.com/, http://holdupart.com/, http://eddiecolla.wordpress.com/

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