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L.A. Weekly Billboard, 1972

Following the painting of Venice in the Snow, the art world took notice of their work, resulting in two institutional commissions: one at the Newport Harbor Art Museum, now known as OCMA, and the other in Paris for the 1971 Paris Biennial, a commission that Leonard Koren had organized.



July 1972
The Music Hall
8878 W. Sunset Blvd,
Hollywood, California
Executed by Terry Schoonhoven and Victor Henderson
9' × 40'
Commissioned by The Los Angeles Weekly

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