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Library was founded in 2010 and has since grown into a shopping destination for both Los Angeles locals and visitors alike. Located in the heart of Larchmont Village, Library blends contemporary designers, accessories, and affordable fashion in an unique mercantile environment.
LIBRARY LA on Tumblr
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Good morning sunshine! #illesteva #libraryla #larchmontlife
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#BozlytheFrenchie #LibraryLA #Fashion #FrenchBulldog #Dogs #LarchmontVillage
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It doesn’t stop! New #ragandbone Emery wedge at #LibraryLA (at The library)
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Just in: New @illesteva Leonard II at #LibraryLA (at The library)
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mocatv:

One of two short films Bruce Conner made for Brian Eno and David Byrne’s My Life in the Bush of Ghosts—itself a defining work of assemblage—Mea Culpa (1981) comes near the end of Conner’s active filmmaking career. Compared to his earlier works, the film is slower and more considered, perhaps even tranquil, as Conner transforms elements of industrial and scientific footage into graphic abstractions before setting them adrift in space, gliding to the song’s sinister, percolating beat. Enjoy these selections and watch the story of the film on MOCAtv.
mocatv:

One of two short films Bruce Conner made for Brian Eno and David Byrne’s My Life in the Bush of Ghosts—itself a defining work of assemblage—Mea Culpa (1981) comes near the end of Conner’s active filmmaking career. Compared to his earlier works, the film is slower and more considered, perhaps even tranquil, as Conner transforms elements of industrial and scientific footage into graphic abstractions before setting them adrift in space, gliding to the song’s sinister, percolating beat. Enjoy these selections and watch the story of the film on MOCAtv.
mocatv:

One of two short films Bruce Conner made for Brian Eno and David Byrne’s My Life in the Bush of Ghosts—itself a defining work of assemblage—Mea Culpa (1981) comes near the end of Conner’s active filmmaking career. Compared to his earlier works, the film is slower and more considered, perhaps even tranquil, as Conner transforms elements of industrial and scientific footage into graphic abstractions before setting them adrift in space, gliding to the song’s sinister, percolating beat. Enjoy these selections and watch the story of the film on MOCAtv.
mocatv:

One of two short films Bruce Conner made for Brian Eno and David Byrne’s My Life in the Bush of Ghosts—itself a defining work of assemblage—Mea Culpa (1981) comes near the end of Conner’s active filmmaking career. Compared to his earlier works, the film is slower and more considered, perhaps even tranquil, as Conner transforms elements of industrial and scientific footage into graphic abstractions before setting them adrift in space, gliding to the song’s sinister, percolating beat. Enjoy these selections and watch the story of the film on MOCAtv.
mocatv:

One of two short films Bruce Conner made for Brian Eno and David Byrne’s My Life in the Bush of Ghosts—itself a defining work of assemblage—Mea Culpa (1981) comes near the end of Conner’s active filmmaking career. Compared to his earlier works, the film is slower and more considered, perhaps even tranquil, as Conner transforms elements of industrial and scientific footage into graphic abstractions before setting them adrift in space, gliding to the song’s sinister, percolating beat. Enjoy these selections and watch the story of the film on MOCAtv.
mocatv:

One of two short films Bruce Conner made for Brian Eno and David Byrne’s My Life in the Bush of Ghosts—itself a defining work of assemblage—Mea Culpa (1981) comes near the end of Conner’s active filmmaking career. Compared to his earlier works, the film is slower and more considered, perhaps even tranquil, as Conner transforms elements of industrial and scientific footage into graphic abstractions before setting them adrift in space, gliding to the song’s sinister, percolating beat. Enjoy these selections and watch the story of the film on MOCAtv.
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Good night BOZ #bozlythefrenchie #frenchbudog #dog #libraryla # fashion
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Fall staples from rag & bone. #LibraryLA (at The library)
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#LibraryLA film inspiration, The Red Balloon (at The library)
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Stamped Croc Harrow for Spring14 (at Château Marmont)