Ken Gonzalez-Day

artist and photographer

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Ken Gonzalez-Day on KCRW

Ken Gonzales-Day spent two years driving around Los Angeles, documenting hand-painted signs, street art, graffiti and murals.

Ken Gonzales-Day on challenging ideas about who and what murals are for

Ken Gonzales-Day spent two years driving around Los Angeles, documenting hand-painted signs, street art, graffiti and murals.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

We meet an artist who spent two years documenting the murals and graffiti in Los Angeles for a “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA” exhibition.

What the murals of Los Angeles say about us

We meet an artist who spent two years documenting the murals and graffiti in Los Angeles for a “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA” exhibition.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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