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Preview: Logan Hicks’ “Thin Veils and Heavy Anchors” at LACE

On March 8-10, well-known stencil artist Logan Hicks will have a pop-up solo exhibition at LACE in Los Angeles. Titled "Thin Veils and Heavy Anchors," the show gathers together artworks that have been shown in Taipei, Shanghai, Cape Town and other international cities. Known for his extremely detailed stencils, Hicks explores the dynamism of urban environments in his intricate, geometric works. PMM Art Projects just sent over some exclusive images of Logan at work in his studio, as well as a few images of the artworks in the show. Take a look after the jump!

On March 8-10, well-known stencil artist Logan Hicks will have a pop-up solo exhibition at LACE in Los Angeles. Titled “Thin Veils and Heavy Anchors,” the show gathers together artworks that have been shown in Taipei, Shanghai, Cape Town and other international cities. Known for his extremely detailed stencils, Hicks explores the dynamism of urban environments in his intricate, geometric works. PMM Art Projects just sent over some exclusive images of Logan at work in his studio, as well as a few images of the artworks in the show. Take a look below!

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