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Los Angeles is known for turning the unknown into the known overnight. It is a valley of hope where dreams can become realities; a place which also welcomes artists and innovators with open arms. For this reason, many artists have flocked to the “still affordable” areas of downtown to establish their homes and studios. Change, growth and reinvention define the attitude of Los Angeles today. After decades of stagnation, downtown Los Angeles has become a cultural epicenter, weaving together a cloth of rich cultural diversity evident in the wide display of art, design, architecture and culinary offerings. HOLY WOOD highlights the modern-day talents of emerging and established Los Angeles based and inspired artists.

Taking over the Brentwood storefront, this installation embodies the true essence of LA: a historical sanctuary where artists retreat to shift their dreams into realities – a star-studded mine of hope and success. HOLY WOOD features the work of various notable photographers, artists and designers, including Norman Seeff, David Drebin, Ellen von Unwerth, Anja Van Herle, Heather Pando and Harvey Lynch. Alongside the HOLY WOOD installation, PALEVSKY is thrilled to also display a series of artists, such as lighting from Neptune Glass and accessories from Elyse Graham, Joya Studio and Ligne Blanche Paris, each of whom offers pieces perfect for art lovers, collectors and design enthusiasts alike.

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