Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Been There Seen That

Highland Park's MorYork started life in 1933 as a supermarket, later becoming a roller rink, then a slot car racetrack. In 1986, Clare Graham and his partner Bob Breen bought the 7,000 sq. foot space at the corner of York Blvd. and Avenue 50, transforming it into a working space and warehouse for craftsman Graham's burgeoning collection of reworked artifacts, a vibrant gallery space for emerging artists, and an anchor of the NELA art scene.
Now you can go & see as well, w/ the merest click of a mouse. ('Cause the jerks at the L.A. Weekly don't 'low no embeddin' of their precious videos, no how.)

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