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Beverly Hills News – Mayor’s Art Walk to Visit Sculptures, Galleries and Rodeo Drive #BOLDHolidays

Posted: Friday, December 1, 2017 – 3:34 PM

By Victoria Talbot

This Saturday, take a stroll with Mayor Lili Bosse through the heart of creativity to visit the City’s world-class art galleries on a BOLD Holiday adventure that connects the community with all the joys that Beverly Hills has to offer this season.

Enjoy the cultural foundations that make this community so special, attracting the finest art dealers in the world. Art Walkers will gather at 5 p.m. at the Crescent Drive steps of City Hall. Wear comfortable walking shoes, because the walk is an estimated 2.5 miles. Be sure to layer up for the weather, as the temperature may drop after dark.

The tour will begin with Twins, a beautiful sculpture by Richard Serra outside of City Hall, and then head south to view the HYBYCOZO sculptures at Beverly Canon Gardens.

From there, walkers will be treated to the following galleries:

Mouche Gallery, with artist Tom Everhart, at 340 N. Beverly Dr.

Garboushian Gallery, with artist Emily Counts, at 427 N. Camden Dr.

Gagosian Gallery, with artists Walton Ford and Chris Burden, at 456 N. Camden Dr.

Winn Slavin Fine Art with Modern & Contemporary art at 9532 S. Santa Monica Blvd.

BOA Art Gallery, Timothy Yager Fine Art and the Anderson Gallery located at 354-256 N. Bedford Dr.

And the GP Deva-X-Power Gallery, which combines art and fashion at 9601 Wilshire Blvd.

The tour will stop at Two Rodeo Drive and visit the HYBYCOZO sculptures and Christmas tree before completing the walk at Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel for a #BOLDHolidays musical DJ party-ending.

As is always the case with Mayor Lili Bosse, who embodies #BOLDHolidays and #BHHealthyCity, the evening will be a warm, authentic holiday adventure!

Be at the Crescent steps at 5 p.m. Parking is free at City Hall. Everyone is welcome!

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