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GHOST TOWN Benefit for The Venice Family Clinic at L&M Arts

GHOST TOWN will host its inaugural benefit for The Venice Family Clinic at L&M Arts on Sunday, July 15th.

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Offering a fresh take on the traditional benefit, GHOST TOWN welcomes art patrons and beach-goers alike to enjoy an evening of culture and live musical entertainment by Tenacious D and Haim, as well as refreshments provided by Gjelina, oyster gourmet Christophe Happillon and other local Venice establishments.

Named for the area of Venice where L&M Arts is located, GHOST TOWN is an art exhibition embracing the unique culture of Venice Beach. The artwork presented for sale has been generously donated by artists who live and work in Venice or have a strong affinity for the community.

Participating artists include: John Baldessari, Sam Durant, Mark Hagen, Mark Grotjahn, Jacob Kassay, Shio Kusaka, Wes Lang, Andrea Longacre White, Olivier Mosset, Carter Mull, Raymond Pettibon, Amanda Ross-Ho, Allen Ruppersberg, Owen Schmit, Alexis Smith, Vincent Szarek, Samantha Thomas, Jonas Wood.

To purchase tickets, please click here! (VIP at 6pm: $200 in advance, $250 at the door, 8pm general admission: $100 in advance, $150 at the door.)

Thanks to Rebecca Bloom, Kimberly Chang, Meredith Darrow, Mike Eisner, Tracy Feith, Bettina Korek, Christine Nichols, Eliza Osborne, Esther Kim Varet, Ed Schad, Erin Wasson, Sarah Watson, Heather Harmon, Drew Heitzler, Liz Hull, Angela Robins and Vera Neykov for making this event happen!

L&M Arts
660 South Venice Boulevard
Venice, CA 90291

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