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Urban archeology 

Thursday, Mar 1 2012
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Commonwealth & Council is hard to find (see our story on it in Arts), but when you finally walk into its small, beautifully sunlit gallery, you'll see tangled power cords and tall buildings through the big windows in the background and Margaret Honda's sculptures delicately laid out on the floor like leftovers from an urban archaeological dig. A cylinder made of clothes Honda wore in the '80s winds up the wall and out a cracked window, foam cutouts fill a corner and casts in the center of the room look like bricks that managed somehow to melt and ooze. 3006 W. Seventh St., #220, Koreatown; through March 10. (213) 703-9077, commonwealthandcouncil.com.
Wednesdays-Saturdays. Starts: Feb. 18. Continues through March 10, 2012
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