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'Your Body is a Space That Sees Us' Art Exhibit (Gallery)

Experience the Cosmos

Courtesy of Lia Halloran/Luis De Jesus Los Angeles

The images were displayed at the Luis De Jesus gallery in Los Angeles.

A Space That Sees

Courtesy of Lia Halloran/Luis De Jesus Los Angeles

Works from the art exhibit "Your Body is a Space That Sees Us," on display at the Luis De Jesus gallery in Los Angeles.

Looking Back

Courtesy of Lia Halloran/Luis De Jesus Los Angeles

Works by Halloran from the art exhibit "Your Body is a Space That Sees Us," on display at the Luis De Jesus gallery in Los Angeles.

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