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Come As You Are at Prism Gallery

Los Angeles' newest powerhouse, Prism Gallery, recently hosted a star studded group showing, Come As You Are. With artists such as Barry McGee, Os Gemeos, Richard Colman, the Clayton Brothers, Clare Rojas, Craig Stecyk, Ed Templeton and more participating, Come As You Are is an intriguing look into the upper echelons of the new contemporary art world. Some installation shots and photos of the space can be found after the jump.

Los Angeles’ newest powerhouse, Prism Gallery, recently hosted a star studded group showing, Come As You Are. With artists such as Barry McGee, Os Gemeos, Richard Colman, the Clayton Brothers, Clare Rojas, Craig Stecyk, Ed Templeton and more participating, Come As You Are is an intriguing look into the upper echelons of the new contemporary art world. Some installation shots and photos of the space can be found below.

Editor’s Note: Our friends over at Arrested Motion managed to get some great opening night pictures, to view those, please click here.

All photographs courtesy of Joshua White

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