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Morgan Slade’s Savage Justice

As we already previewed on our Facebook Fan Page, HF-favorite Morgan Slade will be opening his latest solo show, "Savage Justice" tomorrow (Saturday, July 17th) at LeBasse Projects in Culver City. For this particular body of work, Slade has teamed up with fashionista Betsey Johnson, compiling all of his photo shoots at her Los Angeles flagship store and incorporating her selection of apparel into his work. Slade's defaced models and hand embellished photographs have been getting quite the buzz lately, and for good reason. If you can't make it out to the opening this weekend, check out a preview of the show here on Hi-Fructose.

As we already previewed on our Facebook Fan Page, HF-favorite Morgan Slade will be opening his latest solo show, “Savage Justice” tomorrow (Saturday, July 17th) at LeBasse Projects in Culver City. For this particular body of work, Slade has teamed up with fashionista Betsey Johnson,compiling all of his photo shoots at her Los Angeles flagship store andincorporating her selection of apparel into his work. Slade’s defacedmodels and hand embellished photographs have been getting quite thebuzz lately, and for good reason. If you can’t make it out to theopening this weekend, check out a preview of the show here onHi-Fructose.

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