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Monumental Tour Arrives Los Angeles
Large Scale Works Honoring African American Histories

Council District
City Council District 10

Kindred Arts & the 10th Council District of the City of Los Angeles present acclaimed African American artists Arthur Jafa, Coby Kennedy, Christopher Myers, and Hank Willis Thomas in a group showing of large scale sculptures across South LA and in downtown Los Angeles. These titans of contemporary art appear as part of a traveling outdoor art exhibit, designed to empower social change through the arts.

Come show us some love.  Walk, drive or bike to around your town & get a selfie with each. Follow us on IG @monumental_tour for additional program announcements. Don’t forget to Tag us!!

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LOCATIONS:

All Power to All People

Hank Willis Thomas
Leimert Plaza Park
4395 Leimert Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90008

 

CALIBAN’S HANDS

Christopher Myers
Benny H. Potter Park
2413 2nd Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90018

 

BIG WHEEL IV

Arthur Jafa
Nate Holden Performing Arts Center
4718 W. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90016

 

Kalief Browder: the box

Coby Kennedy
The National Center for the Preservation of Democracy
100-198 N Central Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Location

Multiple Locations
Los Angeles, CA United States

Organizer

Council District 10, City of Los Angeles
Phone:
213-473-7010
Email:
CD10ConstituentServices@lacity.org
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