Save the Date: Echo Park store morphs into gallery

Painting by Andrew Cortes

The fashions and accessories at Echo Park Independent Co-op will serve as a back drop for the opening of a group show – titled  “133” – that opens on Friday, June 17.  “For the first time we are converting the entire store space into a proper gallery,” said Tristan Scott of his  2,000-square-foot Sunset Boulevard store. The show features work by Todd Razor, whose pieces combines text and photography;  fashion photography by David Cortes; fashion-inspired art by Keyla Marquez; and “complex networks of line and color planes (pictured) by Andrew Cortes. The opening reception begins at 6 p.m.

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