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Golden Era of Hip-Hop inspires Los Angeles art exhibit

Gallery 1988 East has posted limited edition prints showcasing artwork from their newest show, a solo exhibit inspired by the Golden Era of Hip-Hop from artist Chris B. Murray. Check out a few examples of Murray’s artwork from the exhibition, below, which features tributes to RZA, Method Man, Ghost Face Killa and others from Wu-Tang Clan’s 36th Chamber, a tribute to NAS’s Illmatic album, a collage of Ice Cube, Tupac, The Beastie Boys, Notorious BIG, Gangstarr, Big Pun, DMX and other legendary hip hop artists, and much more.

The exhibition runs through April 18th at Gallery 1988 East, located at 7021 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, California. You can see more of Murray’s portraits and purchase still available limited editions on the Gallery 1988 East website Right Here.

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