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Guy Hepner, who specialize in pop, neo, high fashion and urban art (think Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Takashi Murakami, David LaChapelle, Banksy, KAWS), has just opened a gallery space in proximity of Bergamot Station—kicked off last week with the opening of Michael Muller's LUMIERE exhibit with Rosetta and Balthazar Getty, model Petra Nemkova and actors Jason Bateman and Mark Ruffalo, among others, in attendance. If the first exhibit is any indication—Muller's lush and saturated images from the South of France, inspired by the storming of the Bastille in 1789—we look forward to whatever's next. You can get a sense of Muller's show here, but see it in person through Saturday, October 18. Prints range from $2,000-$7,000, but looking is free. [RackedWire]