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Topanga Has Its Own “Pink Wall” for Two Weeks

Topanga Has Its Own “Pink Wall” for Two Weeks 

Paul Smith’s pink wall in West Hollywood is the most visited spot for LA tourists. There are more than 25,000 Instagram posts taken in front of the iconic wall. Now Topanga has its own “pink wall” at the Topanga Canyon Gallery. Artist and Creative Director Lisa Baldwin has recreated the wall as a space where visitors can take their own selfies while absorbing Baldwin’s striking art which comments on the phenomenon of “Fake Fame.” Stop by this weekend or next to take your picture against Topanga’s own pink wall. It disappears on May 1! 

As a special treat for art lovers, Peter Mays, leader of the art community in Los Angeles, will speak at Topanga Canyon Gallery Saturday, April 30 at noon. 

Gallery hours are Friday 2-7PM and Saturday and Sunday noon – 5PM.

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