Women In Street Art Defining Contemporary Culture 2000 – 2022

“Street art is visual art created in public locations for public visibility. It has been associated with the terms “independent art”, “post-graffiti”, “neo-graffiti” and guerrilla art.”
Mother Cradling Baby by Reena Tolentino
Ruth Ginsberg by Amy Smith
In this curation, titled

” L.A’s Originales”


7303 Melrose

10/15 – 10/30

Amy Smith
Jacqueline Valenzuela
Reena Tolentino
Sophia Gasparian
Ivy Velasquez
Janae IRL
J’Net Nguyen

Happily Ever Sofia by Sophia Gasparian
“ L.A.’s Originales” explores the current school of thought of
8 Women Contemporary Artists working and living in Los Angeles 2000- 2022.
Women with unique voices reflective of their space, sparking conversation with their radical and unique work all the while setting the tone towards equality, liberation and autonomy with their work.
In the vein of Yoko Ono, Beatrice Wood, Ana Mendieta and Yayoi Kusama’s unique and audacious bodies of work,
We present original bodies of works by contemporary minds that speak on self reflection of the feminine, quantum entanglement, liberation and neo-classical.

JOIN US ! GRAND OPENING October 15th 5-10PM
Become a Collector
Opening Night: Suggested Donations at The Door. We got U. Walk Away w/ OG. ART + 1 Drink Ticket.

Donor Tier 1 $25 T-shirt Limited Edition 1/50 of Your Favorite Artist Artwork.

Donor Tier 2 $50 – Hand Pulled Screen-print; Stenciled Work on Paper 11 x 14 Limited Edition 1 of 50 Numbered & Signed

Donor Tier 3 $250 – Walk Away with A Quadrant of Mural on Invite.
20 x 24 on wood
Valued $1.5K

Cash Bar

THE HVNS 7303 Melrose Blvd.
Exhibit will be Open through October 30th
Tuesday- Sunday

Join Us In Setting the Tone of the Future of Art. The Future is Female.
Self Portrait by Janae Young
In Collaboration with
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