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La Luz de Jesus 25th Anniversary Show – Recap

With only a couple more weeks until the historic La Luz de Jesus 25th Anniversary show comes to an end, we thought it fitting to take a look at the star-studded openings where many of the new contemporary greats came out en masse to celebrate Billy Shire and his 25 year long contribution to the LA art scene. Get a look at the artists in attendance after the jump, and a peek at the overwhelmingly large and stellar body of work that's been on display the past two months here and here.

Mark Ryden and Billy Shire

With only a couple more weeks until the historic La Luz de Jesus 25th Anniversary show comes to an end, we thought it fitting to take a look at the star-studded openings where many of the new contemporary greats came out en masse to celebrate Billy Shire and his 25 year long contribution to the LA art scene. Get a look at the artists in attendance after the jump, and a peek at the overwhelmingly large and stellar body of work that’s been on display the past two months here and here.

Shag and family

Mark Todd

Christopher Ulrich

Pizz and Gary Baseman

Gallery Director Matt Kennedy

Damian Fulton

Mia Matsumiya and Lee Joseph

Dale Sizer

Danni Shinya Luo, Pizz and Mark Ryden

Paul Koudounaris

Birdman and Shag

Jessika Adams

Mark Ryden, Marion Peck and Billy Shire

Billy Shire

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