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The Annenberg Space for Photography hosts photo exhibits and lectures, adding a splash of color and creativity to its chrome and glass surroundings in Century City. With ongoing exhibitions dedicated to topics ranging from the effects of war to fashion and rock n’ roll, this space has something for every art lover, and for those who are just curious. Entry is free, and parking is only $1 - $3.50.

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