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LAXArt plans Hollywood gallery, citywide project called the Occasional
LAXArt plans Hollywood gallery, citywide project called the Occasional

The rapidly growing art hub near Santa Monica Boulevard and Highland Avenue just got busier. On Tuesday the nonprofit, alternative art space LAXArt announced plans to relocate from Culver City to 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., joining Regen Projects, Michael Kohn Gallery, Hannah Hoffman Gallery and the newest arrival, Gavlak Gallery, in Hollywood. LAXArt is moving into what used to be the recording studio of Radio Recorders, which captured the voices of Elvis, Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong and Frank Zappa, among others. The exhibition space's official debut is planned for January 2015, though artists may start creating work there as soon as the next few weeks. "It’s a very...

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