Ed Templeton Unveils New Photographs at Roberts & Tilton Gallery in Culver City

The current show at Roberts & Tilton Gallery in Culver City is an exhibition of photographs by Ed Templeton. The show, titled "Memory Foam," presents Templeton's impressions of the people of Huntington Beach, CA.

Here's a video with some pretty wild highlights from the show's January 12 opening, featuring bottomless jumprope, celebs, swearing, and a cool soundtrack from Sonic Youth.

The show runs until February 16. Roberts & Tilton is located at 5801 Washington Blvd.

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