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Fashion folks aren't the only ones flocking to Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles; movie buffs are hooked on the creative property's unique vibe, too. Following controversial film The Interview's quiet premiere there a few weeks ago, Paul Thomas Anderson's wild new flick Inherent Vice has just landed to host a mind-bending art exhibition.
Running in Ace's Segovia Hall today through January 11th from 12-8pm, Contemporary Psychedelic Art LA highlights the stylishly hallucinatory artwork of The Haas Brothers, John Van Hamersveld, Steven Harrington, Alia Penner, Travis Millard, Lili Lakich, and Dustin Stanton.
Although the exhibit is free and open to the public, there is a pretty sweet perk for booking a room during the show run: hotel guests receive a free limited-edition vinyl of highlights from Jonny Greenwood's Inherent Vice epic soundtrack.
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