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HOLD UP ART @ Little Tokyo

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If you’ve had the chance to walk around Little Tokyo, you know that there’s a ton of dope spots to hit up. Hold Up Art is probably one of our favorites. Featuring various artists such as Nanami Cowdroy, Justin Bua, Mimi Yoon, Cryptik, Allison Torneros and Whorechata, the gallery is pretty impressive and is definitely something you should come and check out for yourself. Also, if you’re free tomorrow, try and head down to Hold Up Art for their “Pressed” exhibition featuring a collection of silkscreen processed art. Don’t forget to stop by the store and say what’s up!

Hold Up Art
358 East 2nd St. Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213)221-4585
General Inquiries: info@holdupart.com
Gallery Hours:
Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday | 11am – 7pm
Thursday, Friday, Saturday | 11am – 10pm


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