Opening: tonight fight breast cancer with Shepard Fairey (of Obey/Giant/Studio Number One) & photographer Patrick O’Dell – Non Toxic Revolution Exhibit @ THIS gallery Los Angeles

THIS Gallery

THIS GALLERY and Keep a Breast Foundation PRESENT:

Non Toxic Revolution Exhibition: Shepard Fairey and Patrick O’Dell

July 8th thru July

Opening reception this Friday July 8th, 7-10 p.m.

Keep A Breast announced their Non Toxic Revolution campaign a few months ago. Hopefully you have seen the video and explored the site to to inform and educate yourself about the dangers of toxic chemicals in our environment and food supply and the link to breast cancer. The program focuses on prevention as a means to maintain long-term health and well-being by providing alternatives so that young people everywhere can make educated decisions.

NTR embarked on a 8 city street art campaign to help inspire and educate young people about toxic chemicals infecting our food, products, and environment with help from Shepard Fairey and Studio Number One with limited edition poster sets for the different aspects of the campaign and your life including: Your House, Your Mouth, Your Body, Plastic Sucks, and Heart and Soul.

The tour has come to an end and we are celebrating in Los Angeles! The Non Toxic Revolution Campaign will be erecting 6 separate street art installations from Venice to Downtown as well as raising awareness and planting seeds with a 3 art week installations and street side urban renewal at THIS gallery including imagery from Studio Number One and photography from the NTR campaign by Patrick O’Dell.

The exhibition is FREE, all ages and open to the public! See you here!!

THIS, los angeles.

Keep A Breast

About THIS los angeles:

This is a group of five creatives who pool their resources under one roof to provide an
outlet for themselves and other creative people. The intention of THIS is to provide a
gallery space which brings friends and family together in the Highland Park
neighborhood of Los Angeles. The space not only showcases traditional gallery shows,
but it is a venue for artists to speak about their work, to interact with their audience and
facilitate a creative atmosphere in the community.

THIS los angeles
5906 North Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90042.

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