Latest News: "L.A. Murals" Exhibition Documents Street Art through Photography

Latest News: "L.A. Murals" Exhibition Documents Street Art through Photography

Caption: “L.A. Murals,” a new photography exhibition from the Library of Congress, is on view at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles through September 2020.
“L.A. Murals,” a new photography exhibition from the Library of Congress, documents murals painted on the streets of Los Angeles, an epicenter of the world’s street art scene.
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