Exhibit Moving to Eastern Columbia Building

Exhibit Moving to Eastern Columbia Building

Boris Koodrin’s illustrated door exhibit “Life Thinly Sliced” is now showing at Art Meets Architecture’s The Salon at Eastern Columbia along with selected paintings from the “Inner Visions” collection. Eastern Columbia is one of the many grand old buildings on Broadway in downtown LA that has experienced a rebirth in recent years. Dedicated in 1925 it is a magnificent statement of the burgeoning art deco movement of the 20’s and is just across the street from the famous United Artists Building that was financed by Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks and Charlie Chaplin in 1927.

The exhibit will be at the 9th floor Salon until mid October and then will be moving to another venue in LA.

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