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Los Angeles: Your Concise LA Art Guide for September

While this fall will certainly be an unusual one, art exhibitions will continue online and in sociall
Sep 9, 2020 • View in browser
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While this fall will certainly be an unusual one, art exhibitions will continue online and in socially distanced settings. We’re compiling monthly selections of must-see shows in the city all season, starting with a great lineup in September
Don’t forget that the city-wide event MAIDEN LA continues through the rest of this month, and for those of us trying to escape the unforgiving heat, Mohamad Khalil Harb revisits one of my favorite films, In the Mood for Love, which is currently streaming on the Criterion Channel. 
Wishing you a cool and peaceful week. 
Elisa Wouk Almino, Senior Editor, Los Angeles

Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for September 2020
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