Last night, Gallery1988 and Hello Giggles premiered “Young Adult,” which featured 60 female artists taking on their favorite teen-focused literature of the ’80s and ’90s (like Nancy Drew and Sweet Valley High). The Hello Giggles co-creators, producer Sophia Rossi, actress Zoey Deschanel and writer Molly “Molls” McAleer, came up with the show’s theme and helped put together the show. Shortly before the doors opened, I walked around the gallery and took over pictures of everything on display. Some of the artists included Bec Winnel, Shana Bilbrey, Kiersten Essenpreis, Danielle Buerli, Kristin Tercek , Jessica Deahl, Tracie Ching, Lorena Alvarez Gomez, Shannon Finch, Misha, and many more. Hit the jump for the images.
If you’d like to see the art for yourself, the show runs until Saturday, February 23, 2013 and it’s at the Melrose location (7020 Melrose Ave, LA 90038).
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