Detroit-based gallery Library Street Collective transformed an industrial space in Los Angeles into the site of Shepard Fairey’s largest-ever solo exhibition in the city. The public opening took place on November 11, 2017. See my HUFF Post review of “DAMAGED” – it is an incredible exhibition. 
Shepard Fairey, Welcome Visitor, 2017, Mixed Media (Stencil, Silkscreen, and Collage) on Canvas

“Damaged” represents the artist’s first large-scale show in his hometown for nearly 10 years and will feature approximately 200 works. The name “Damaged” is inspired by Black Flag’s 1981 album and offers Fairey’s take on social issues that are currently in a state of crisis. The artist’s latest body of work serves as a reflection on the damaged state of politics, media, human rights, the global approach to the environment, and more. The works on view range from never-before-seen paintings, large-scale sculptures, interactive installations, etchings, retired stencils, editions on wood and metal, and a display of various do-it-yourself tools of empowerment, including a printed newspaper titled “The Damaged Times.”

On view: November 11 – December 17, 2017

Where: 1650 Naud Street, Los Angeles, CA