|Angels Gate Cultural Center (AGCC) is pleased to announce a new contemporary art exhibition, Material Recovery: Printmaking with Recycled Materials, opening with a public reception on Saturday, January 20th from 2pm-4:30pm. Guest curated by Christina Yasmin Fesmire and Jared Millar, this group exhibition includes works by printmaking focused artist group Lynk Collective, with additional guest artists. The works in Material Recovery reclaim common materials such as cardboard, plastic, and wood – the very products that flow through the nearby Port of Los Angeles destined for landfills. As printmakers, the members of Lynk Collective have a vested interest in the ongoing recovery and reduction of waste. Material Recovery is on view at Angels Gate Cultural Center through March 23rd, 2024.
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Angel’s Gate Cultural Center Printmaking with Recycled Materials:
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