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Behind the Mask – Virtual Exhibition

Feb 04, 2021 @ 12:00 AM
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Behind the Mask investigates the role of the mask as an icon in contemporary artistic explorations and understandings of race, gender, sexuality, mythology, histories, and cultural remembrance. Guest curated by Sarah Umles, Behind the Mask features artists Jack Black, Skount Garcia, Ashley Johnson and Alicia Piller.

An interactive, self-guided virtual tour of the exhibition will be released on Friday, January 22nd at angelsgateart.org with gallery appointments pending the guidance of state and local health orders.

The exhibition will run through March 13, 2021 and is presented through generous support from the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.

For more information on this exhibition visit https://www.angelsgateart.org/otw_pm…/behind-the-mask-2/


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San Pedro, CA 90731 United States
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