On the DL, LES Invades LA PDQ at OHWOW Show

Dan Colen, surely pestering China Chow for a guest spot on 'Work of Art'
Nate Lowman
Arty Nelson (L) what are you doing on the West Coast? You need to get back to Williamsburg to write the second season of 'How to Make It in America!' Kid Cudi is STARVING. The other fellow is the actor Danny Comden.
White Star co-owner Colin Donahue, with Lisa Cooper
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"I really liked you in 'Monster.'" "Thank you. Everyone always says 'Addams Family.'" "Oh wait, that's what I meant. 'Addams Family.' With the monsters?" (Christina Ricci with artist Ryan Mcginley)
“Oh hi, I’m Dean Lynch…”
“DEAN LYNCH”
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Rosson Crow of course!
“…sequel to ‘Kids!’ Not impossible right?” (actor turned artist and DJ Leo Fitzpatrick with Ryan McGinley)
Adam McEwen, with Lisa Love, Senior West Coast Editor of all the Vogues
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Sometime Lady Gaga boyfriend Matt Williams, with Cairo Williams and OHWOW co-owner Aaron Bondaroff

Last night downtown New York was seemingly transplanted wholesale for a show at the OHWOW gallery in Los Angeles. Post 9-11 featured Dan Colen, Terence Koh, Hanna Liden, Nate Lowman, Adam McEwen, Ryan McGinley, Agathe Snow, and Aaron Young, and the Patrick McMullan photos showed a few familiar faces that seemlessly managed to infiltrate the LA crew without detection.

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