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January Group Show at LeBasse Projects

One of our favorite galleries in Los Angeles, Culver City's LeBasse Projects, will be providing a sneak peek at their 2012 programming tonight. The group show serves as a preview of what to expect from the gallery for the next twelve months and includes artists Herakut, Mike Stilkey, Joshua Petker, Seonna Hong, Jim Houser, Tobias Keene, Katrin Fridriks, Nate Frizzell, Yoskay Yamamoto, Andrew Hem, Matt Haber and Melissa Haslam. Get an exclusive preview of the show, which opens tonight (Saturday, January 7th) here on Hi-Fructose.

Melissa Haslam

One of our favorite galleries in Los Angeles, Culver City’s LeBasse Projects, will be providing a sneak peek at their 2012 programming tonight. The group show serves as a preview of what to expect from the gallery for the next twelve months and includes artists Herakut, Mike Stilkey, Joshua Petker, Seonna Hong, Jim Houser, Tobias Keene, Katrin Fridriks, Nate Frizzell, Yoskay Yamamoto, Andrew Hem, Matt Haber and Melissa Haslam. Get an exclusive preview of the show, which opens tonight (Saturday, January 7th) here on Hi-Fructose.

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Seonna Hong

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Joshua Petker

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