A Look Inside the "WE RISE" Pop-Up in Los Angeles

Featuring the works of over 150 artists including Shepard Fairey.

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The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health launched a new campaign called “WE RISE” that aims to raise awareness for mental health, providing a wide range of rehabilitative services for LA youth. As part of the campaign, the organization is set to launch a 10-day pop-up art exhibit in the city’s downtown locale later today. The event will display an array of powerful and thought-provoking works by 150 artists including Shepard Fairey, Glenn Kaino, Favianna Rodriguez, Patrick Martinez and more.

View select works above and then take a quick tour of the space by watching the video below. Head over to WE RISE’s official website to learn more. The pop-up will be open to the public until May 28.

In other art news, acclaimed Portuguese artist VHILS launched two new solo exhibits in Paris, France.

“WE RISE Pop-Up”
1726 N Spring St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
United States

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