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Art for shorter days 

Thursday, Nov 7 2013
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The first part of Emilie Halpern's three-part exhibition at Pepin Moore in Hollywood, which opened on the autumnal equinox and continues until winter solstice, was best to see at night, when the rocks she'd laid out on the gallery floor glowed purple, gold and green in the dark. This current, second part is best seen in sunlight. The day the show opened, she applied gold leaf to the walls, floors and windowsills, wherever direct sunlight hit. Since the sun never hits in exactly the same place again, when you visit, you see the outlines of the windows in gold and in bright white sunlight, the gold and sun never quite aligning. 5849 W. Sunset Blvd.; through Nov. 23. (213) 626-0501, pepinmoore.com.
Wednesdays-Saturdays. Starts: Oct. 26. Continues through Nov. 23, 2013
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