Aaron De La Cruz “Some Thing Else” Exhibition @ Known Gallery Recap

Known Gallery in Los Angeles serves as the home to the latest exhibition from Aaron De La Cruz,

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Known Gallery in Los Angeles serves as the home to the latest exhibition from Aaron De La Cruz, entitled “Some Thing Else.” De La Cruz’s second solo show in LA, the new exhibition showcases the Bay Area artist’s signature black and white line work in a variety of mediums alongside the debut of his custom jewelry and accessories line. “Some Thing Else” premiered on June 16 and will continue to showcase the San Francisco native’s sharp yet minimalist aesthetic through July 7.

Known Gallery
441 N. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
United States

Photography: Brandon Shigeta/HYPEBEAST

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