In the end it was a celebration, a party for the artists, scenesters, art lovers and collectors who had discovered Hudson/Linc and made it a stopping place on the Los Angeles art/photography pilgrimage. Hudson/Linc opened in 2012 to show a mix of photography, painting and sculpture from a variety of emerging and mid-career artists
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