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Take a trip overseas for a visit with HF vol.9 feature artist Liz McGrath and her latest solo exhibition. And check out some other McGrath videos below; including Boing Boing

TV's coverage of her by David Pescovitz.

Take a trip overseas for a visit with HF vol.9 feature artist Liz McGrath and her latest solo exhibition. And check out some other McGrath videos below; including Boing Boing

TV’s coverage of her by David Pescovitz.

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On January 24th, Gen Art members celebrated the 2010 Grammys at the private Opening Exhibition and Party of artist portraits of Grammy-nominated artists, curated by artist Kris Lewis, with support from will.i.am.

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A portion of the proceeds for all works sold will be donated to the Grammy Foundation and i.am Scholarship Foundation.


Be sure to click the Playlist button on the video below to see more videos from Van Arno, Lola, Gregory Euclide, and Hi-Fructose favorites Travis Louie, Nathan Spoor, Audrey Kawasaki, Camille Rose Garcia, and many more!

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