Coming up on November 11th, Library Street Collective will be transforming an industrial space in Los Angeles for Shepard Fairey (featured) to host his first large-scale show in his hometown in nearly 10 years. Billed as his largest ever solo, Damaged will feature over 200 works and takes it’s name from Black Flag’s 1981 album. Shep further states – “From a creative standpoint, the scale and variety of the works and the depth of the layering in the pieces is more labor intensive than any work I’ve ever made. It’s also work that I’ve been compelled to make in the climate of Trump, and what that means for the United States and the world.”
The address, public hours and duration of the exhibition will be announced later. For more information, follow @librarystreetcollective and @obeygiant on Instagram.
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