Bridget Campos

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LA County has thousands of pieces of art spread out over hundreds of buildings. One woman has been going to each to discover exactly what artwork is there and what shape it’s in.

Meet the art sleuth of LA County

LA County has thousands of pieces of art spread out over hundreds of buildings. One woman has been going to each to discover exactly what artwork is there and what shape it’s in.

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