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Meringue

Event Series Dates
June 1 - July 31
Meringue is a temporary public art exhibition by LGBTQ artist Kim Kiduck installed in 2021. The translucency of Meringue lets sunlight in to glow naturally during the daytime, and at night transforms Meringue into a mixing chamber of various light combinations. The exhibition will be lit up in pink, light blue, and rainbow colors for the duration of June Pride month.

Location

Outdoor exhibition on traffic median at Santa Monica Blvd. and Doheny Drive
Santa Monica Blvd and Doheny Drive
West Hollywood, CA United States
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