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Please Do Not Enter Welcomes an Exhibition of Gallery-Worthy Ceramics

Please Do Not Enter

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Last Spring we took you inside artsy boutique Please Do Not Enter's stunning new space. The progressive, appointment-only retailer—which stocks a super-curated collection of clothing, accessories, home wares, and other objet d'art—also acts as a gallery space for exhibitions featuring it's laundry list of avant garde designers and makers.

Tuesday marks the opening of the latest such collection, which focuses on French artist Guillaume Bardet. Through May 10th, the DTLA space showcases 40 ceramic pieces from the celebrated designer's "l'usage des jours" series, which has also been presented in several prestigious European locations. An opening for the collection will be held Tuesday from 5-9pm.

Please Do Not Enter

549 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90013, USA