Jessica Taylor Bellamy

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Jessica Taylor Bellamy’s artwork tackles climate change and class inequality. Her first solo show opens on January 21 at Anat Ebgi gallery.

‘Endnotes for Sunshine’ exhibition focuses on LA’s changing environment, politics

Jessica Taylor Bellamy’s artwork tackles climate change and class inequality. Her first solo show opens on January 21 at Anat Ebgi gallery.

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