Virgil Abloh has curated the latest exhibition at Los Angeles' Little Big Man Gallery, comprising work by a number of established and emerging artists under the theme "COMING OF AGE."

"COMING OF AGE" is connected with Abloh's SS19 campaign for Louis Vuitton, which explored similar themes of boyhood and youth. Artists such as Ed Templeton and Sandy Kim have contributed work, with the exhibition on display until September 3.

Little Big Man Gallery has also produced a number of exclusive tees, which are available online, and is providing visitors the opportunity to create individual fanzines comprising their favorite images from the exhibition.

Take a closer look at "COMING OF AGE" in the gallery above and check out the full line-up of contributing artists in the Instagram post below.

Little Big Man Gallery 1427 East 4th Street Los Angeles, CA 90033

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