Bill Lasarow

Mural Conservancy

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Board President of the Mural Conservancy and publisher of Art Scene and Visual Art Source

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Murals are so much a part of LA’s cultural tradition that it’s called itself the Mural Capital of the World.”  But murals have been banned in the city for more than a decade.

LA's Mural Ordinance

Murals are so much a part of LA’s cultural tradition that it’s called itself the Mural Capital of the World.”  But murals have been banned in the city for more than a decade.

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