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MOBY, The Snorri Brothers, B+ And More To Highlight Culture Collide Photography

By Staff on September 12, 2011

 

Adding to the already impressive line-up and fun activities like the "Pin It To Win It" challenge, the 2011 FILTER Magazine's Culture Collide Festival will now be hosting a four-day art exhibit, curated by The Lucie Foundation.

The exhibit is called Composition: Visual Notes on Music, will be hosted inside a "Pop-up" gallery and it will pay tribute to the international origins of the festival's artists. The gallery will include images from well-known artists like the Snorri Brothers and MOBY, as well as local and influential artists like B+ and Lauren Dukoff. There will also be images remembering Amy Winehouse. The gallery will feature approximately 40 pieces in all; select pieces will also be for sale.

The four-day exhibit will be held during FILTER Magazine's Culture Collide Festival Oct. 6-9 at the ReForm Academy at 1815 W. Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026.

To get all the details on this year's Culture Collide Festival featuring CSS, Lindstrøm, Gang Gang Dance, Liam Finn, Datarock, and more, click here.

Learn more about the Lucie Foundation right here.

 

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