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WHY OCCUPY art exhibit

by Eduardo Garcia Thursday, Feb. 02, 2012 at 1:16 AM

Art collective The Recruiter Syndicate bring their multimedia art exhibit WHY OCCUPY to downtown Los Angeles February 9th.

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contact: Eduardo Garcia
the Recruiter Syndicate

Why Occupy art show comes to Los Angeles

The Recruiter Syndicate is releasing a second installment of their multimedia art exhibit Why Occupy. The exhibit opens 6 p.m. Thursday, February 9, 2012 at the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk.

The Recruiter Syndicate is a collective of artists from Los Angeles, CA. With a gallery space and the support of Stephen Zeigler, the Recruiter Syndicate is showing up in force to take you even deeper into the Occupy movement to ask the question "Why Occupy?"

The oppression and injustices prevalent in today's society have inspired our artists to speak up, stand up and fight for their beliefs. The Recruiter Syndicate and its artists are dedicated to bringing this controversial display to the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk.

Combining photographs, a media installation, video, sound, music and paintings, the Recruiter Syndicate takes you inside the Occupy movement. The multimedia exhibit will show you the face of the 99%. The different mediums make the show accessible to people from different walks of life and cultures.

Why Occupy will take place at 118 Winston St (second floor), in Downtown Los Angeles. In addition to the opening night gala, the gallery is open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., February 10 and 11, and again from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., February 16 through 18.

For more information visit www.therecruitersyndicate.com
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