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  • grantLOVE totes now at Long Beach Museum of Art!

    Thanks, Long Beach Museum of Art, for carrying the grantLOVE totes! http://lbma.org/ #LBMA #grantLOVE

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  • LOVE neons now at Ochi Shop!

    Happy to announce that grantLOVE neons are now featured at the Ochi shop! https://www.ochishop.com/product-category/love-loves Happy Valentine's Day!

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  • LOVE neons now available on www.grantlove.com

    Just in time for Valentine's Day... LOVE neons are available on www.grantlove.com. See every color and size here: www.grantlove.com/collections/love-neons Image above: LOVE (pink), 2010Neon33 7/8 x 48 x 2 3/8"Edition of 3 + 1AP$15,000

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  • CAFAM blogs about the history of the LOVE symbol!

    Check out the Craft and Folk Art Museum's blog post: https://craftand-folkartmuseum.squarespace.com/blog/2014/10/3/metal-alexandra-grant Love House proposal, black and white, 2008.  Metal: grantLOVE/Alexandra Grant October 16, 2014 LA-based artist Alexandra Grant is known for her large scale works that blend text and imagery towards (and about) conversations of translation. Her work is currently on view in My Self is An Other at the Underground Museum, a group exhibition titled after one of Alexandra's paintings. Her work, however, also travels around the world in a smaller and more discrete form - as grantLOVE jewelry. The design for...

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  • grantLOVE jewelry and totes at the Underground Museum!

    From October 4 - November 22, grantLOVE jewelry and totes will be available as part of the pop-up shop held by Marine Projects in conjunction with the exhibition My Self is An Other. My Self is An Other October 4 – November 22, 2014 The Underground Museum 3508 W. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA  90018 http://marineprojects.la/

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  • grantLOVE is happy to support the Benefit for the Church of the Epiphany

    The grantLOVE project is happy to support the benefit for The Church of the Epiphany, Los Angeles, curated by West of Rome Founder Emi Fontana and LACMA curator Rita Gonzalez.  Epiphany is a birthplace of the Latino struggle for civil rights and is an architectural landmark.  Proceeds will go towards restoration.  http://paddle8.com/auctions/epiphanyX

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  • The grantLOVE project is pleased to be part of the Art of Elysium auction!

      The grantLOVE project is happy to be part of the Art of Elysium auction. The mission of the Art of Elysium is to encourage working actors, artists and musicians to voluntarily dedicate their time and talent to children who are battling serious medical conditions.  All proceeds from the auction will benefit Elysium.  Please support the Art of Elysium through bidding on this work (and others)!   https://paddle8.com/work/alexandra-grant/26267-love-neon

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  • Happy Valentine's Day from the grantLOVE project!

    We have two new LOVE LOVE LOVE prints ready for Valentine's Day!  Many of you have asked when Alexandra Grant and Alisa Ratner were going to team up again.  We're pleased to announce the publication of two new LOVE LOVE LOVE editions: LOVE LOVE LOVE, 1 and LOVE LOVE LOVE, 2 Both limited-edition prints benefit the 18th Street Arts Center (www.18thstreet.org) and are available for purchase for pick-up or delivery before Valentine's Day!  xo

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  • Happy holidays from the grantLOVE project!

    Wishing all our friends a happy end to 2013 and a wonderful year ahead!  We've had the pleasure of working with 18th Street Arts Center and Project Angel Food among other great organizations.  And 2014 brings partnerships with Montalvo Center for the Arts and the Art of Elysium!  Much love!  And thanks for your support!

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  • The grantLOVE project recent grants

    We're happy to announce that so far in 2013, the grantLOVE project has supported the following organizations through sales of editions and original works of art: LAXART, 18th Street Arts Center, Los Angeles Art Resource, Project Angel Food (through the Art Angel auction), the Greater Venice Preschool Scholarship Trust, and The Actors' Gang Theatre.

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