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Hollywood Park Unveils New Installment of Los Angeles Inspired Murals by Renowned Local Artists

The Emerging Entertainment Destination adds to Art Program with Three New Murals from Marco Zamora, Alex Becerra, and Alfonso Gonzalez Jr., that Showcase Los Angeles Lifestyle and Draw Inspiration from Inglewood Community  

INGLEWOOD, Calif. (July 20, 2022)Hollywood Park, the largest urban mixed-use mega development under construction in the Western United States, unveiled the second installment  of murals in its art program. The new work includes murals by Los Angeles-based artists Marco Zamora, Alex Becerra and Alfonso Gonzalez Jr. who each created a piece that was inspired by the surrounding Los Angeles cityscape and its people. 

Originally debuted in January 2022, the Hollywood Park art program provides cultural enrichment and connectivity for the local community through various works and methods of art. Already on display in Hollywood Park’s retail space are murals by three distinctive Los Angeles-based artists – Calida Rawles, Geoff McFetridge, and Eve Fowler. The program also stretches across SoFi Stadium and YouTube Theater and includes installed works by Ned Kahn, Sandeep Mukherjee, and Bhavna Mehta, as well as temporary installations such as the Kinsey African American Art and History Collection.  Forthcoming in the retail area are two bronze sculptures by Alison Saar. 

“We are continuing to deliver on our commitment to highlight local and international artists as part of our Hollywood Park art program,” said Jason Gannon, managing director, SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park. “The program will only continue to grow, and we are thrilled to add incredible murals by local artists Alex Becerra, Alfonso Gonzalez, Jr. and Marco Zamora to Hollywood Park.”

The program is curated by Tiffiny Lendrum in consultation with Hollywood Park, the Inglewood Arts Commission and Wilson Meany.

“The murals support the vision of bringing together  local communities through music, arts and culture, sporting events, and entertainment conceived by real estate developer and Los Angeles Rams Owner/Chairman, E. Stanley Kroenke,” said Chris Meany of Wilson Meany, development manager of Hollywood Park. “This continuous partnership is a testament to Hollywood Park’s  longstanding commitment to introduce creative programming and cultural elements into this  vibrant mixed-use destination.” 

Hollywood Park’s art program is part of a larger initiative to better establish and activate its public spaces by celebrating the multicultural experience that is woven into the fabric of Los Angeles living. By partnering with artists from different backgrounds, Hollywood Park offers future guests a cultural connection unmatched in current developments in the city. 

Hollywood Park’s second installment features the following artists:  

Marco Zamora

True to the artist’s passion for urban culture and the chaos of city life, Zamora’s bright-toned mural situated on Building 100, reflects elements of human connectivity inspired by the local neighborhoods of Inglewood. The kindred display is a result of Zamora’s unique artistic process, which begins by constructing an environment from photographs, later conceptualized and drawn by paintbrush. “I wanted to create art that emulates the life of a true Los Angeles resident,” says Zamora. “There is a unique time and rich history of life in Los Angeles, which is my intent to capture as a way to remind people of those who call or have once called this beautiful city their home.” Zamora’s intricate method of observation and photography techniques create a poetic play of recurring elements, such as objects appearing and reappearing, abstracted fields of color, representational spaces and patterned realms. This technique creates a beautiful and complex juxtaposition between humankind and the urban landscape. 

Alex Becerra

Conveniently featured alongside Century Boulevard, Becerra’s artistic murals will come to life with an infusion of energy, color, and imaginative sound that hovers across the Inglewood landmarks. Largely inspired by the Los Angeles jazz scene and artists who shaped a new era in music, the art nods to those musicians who broke the barriers of racism and segregation during the 1950’s decade. Blue skies, palm tree lined streets, and lowrider culture is depicted in Becerra’s second mural, expressing his all too familiar connection and adoration with the city he grew up in.  

“The memories I held unto as I observed music and culture throughout the years inspired me to create this reflective piece of art for the community,” says Becerra. “My hope is to invoke a sense of inspiration and inclusivity in which doing so can shape someone’s future in a powerful way.”

His thoughtful compositions incorporate all classical types of painting from self-portraiture to still life and genre scenes, dotted with recurring context specific objects like beer bottles and car rims. These symbols carry personal significance relating to his adolescence in Southern California and subsequent entrance into the international art world. In this way, Becerra’s highly referential work bears a distinct aesthetic and energetic vibrancy unique to the artist.

Alfonso Gonzalez, Jr. 

Drawing inspiration from the cityscape and public parks of Los Angeles, Gonzalez Jr.’s work embodies the diversity of Angelenos and celebrates the shared culture found in Los Angeles. Highlighted by the word “Unidos,” which means united in Spanish, the mural’s theme of unity is passionately on display with the inclusion of a Mexican accordion musician. Historically, the accordion was an instrument used in regional Mexican concerts, and here it is meant to depict how something new is born when we come together and unite around a common interest. Similarly, the mural also depicts the innocence of two young children playing in the park amongst the Los Angeles skyline, meant to represent a hopeful sight against  the division often depicted in today’s media. 

His paintings draw inspiration from the permanence of hand-painted signage and the physical weathering remnants of Los Angeles to narrate his own familial histories of labor and image making. The use of  multi-media textured pieces reflects the layers of the city he grew up in.

The first phase of Hollywood Park’s retail district will total 500,000 square feet, with 320,000 square feet currently under construction and scheduled to open in early 2023. Starting next year, Hollywood Park will bring local businesses and big-name international brands stretching across multiple blocks and walkable courtyards. Hollywood Park’s newest tenants will feature concepts including Grilled Fraiche led by South Los Angeles’ Peace Love Reedburg, a second location for family-owned Inglewood-based juice bar Antojitos Martin, and a second Inglewood location for Residency Art Gallery, a platform for artists of color. These new retailers will be joined by Three Weavers GRDN, the latest venture from Lynne Weaver, founder of Inglewood’s Three Weavers Brewing Company, Long Beach’s Iconix Fitness and Red Bay Coffee by Keba Konte, a renowned artist and successful food entrepreneur with deep roots in the San Francisco Bay. 

Hollywood Park will become a city within a city with its recreational outdoor plaza as its social heart. When complete, Hollywood Park will include up to five million square feet of creative office space, an exceptional retail district reaching up to 890,000 square feet, a 300-room hotel, and up to 2,500 sophisticated new residences. The expansive outdoor-oriented districts will border a six-acre artificial lake while being interlaced with 25 acres of tree-lined public parks and open space. 

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About Hollywood Park 

Spanning nearly 300 acres, Hollywood Park is the largest urban mixed-use development under construction in the Western United States.  Anchored by an 890,000-square-foot retail area and surrounded by creative office space, Hollywood Park offers new sophisticated residences, public parks, a lake and premier entertainment venues. The mixed-use development is all linked by walkable paseos and plazas and centered around the newly completed 3.1 million square-foot SoFi Stadium, one of Los Angeles’ most striking architectural structures. Stylish residences and a modern open-office campus will complement the entertainment and retail district, creating a world-class destination for both local and international guests. Located just six miles off the coast, a short drive from LAX and the City of Inglewood’s future Crenshaw/LAX Line, Hollywood Park is poised to become an iconic global destination for millions to enjoy. For more information, please visit www.hollywoodparklife.com

About Wilson Meany
Wilson Meany is a privately-owned real estate investment and development firm focused on urban infill locations in the Western United States. Wilson Meany brings more than 35 years of experience to its mixed-use, residential, retail and office developments, all of which reflect the company’s commitment to integrity, innovation and quality, including San Francisco’s renowned Ferry Building. Founded in 1996, Wilson Meany has long been recognized among the most respected and consistently successful investment and development firms in California. Collectively, Wilson Meany’s partners and professionals have developed more than 11 million square feet, including some of the most innovative and distinctive properties in California.

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The Kinsey African American Art and History Collection Set To Partner With Inglewood-Based Residency Art Gallery On Contemporary Exhibit Titled “Continuum”

The Exhibition Serves As An Addition To The Current Kinsey Collection At SoFi Stadium.

Brought to Greater Los Angeles by the Kroenke Family Foundation, The Kinsey Collection Is Now Extended Through March 2023 in Partnership with JPMorgan Chase.

Inglewood, CA (July 18, 2022) – Hollywood Park and SoFi Stadium announced today the extension of The Kinsey African American Art and History Collection exhibition through March 2023, enhanced by additional new art and historical objects from the renowned collection. As part of the extension, The Kinsey Collection announced its partnership with Inglewood-based Residency Art Gallery, to launch “Continuum,” a new exhibition featuring Inglewood and greater Los Angeles-based contemporary artists. The first of its kind arts and culture initiative is brought to SoFi Stadium by the Kroenke Family Foundation, The Bernard and Shirley Kinsey Foundation for Arts and Education, and the Hollywood Park Foundation in partnership with JPMorgan Chase. 

Continuum, curated by Khalil Kinsey (Chief Curator, The Kinsey Collection) and Rick Garzon (Founder/Director, Residency Art Gallery), aims to contextualize individuals’ experiences and progression within the scope of history, collective consciousness, and community uplift. The group show will focus on new works from over twenty artists of color and will be displayed on the second level mezzanine of SoFi Stadium in conjunction with the Kinsey Collection. Participating artists include Genevieve Gaignard, Patrick Martinez, Jaimie Milner, Lyndon Barrois Sr, Texas Isaiah, Samuel Levi Jones, Yasmine Nasser Diaz and more. Continuum will open to the public beginning this August as part of SoFi Stadium’s tour program, with extended hours allowing for even more accessibility to the local community.

“We are proud to work alongside Rick and Residency Art Gallery, JP Morgan Chase, and the Kroenke Family Foundation to highlight some of the incredible artists that are making significant contributions to arts and culture. Understanding our history and seeing our own reflections in art inspires and empowers us all and is critical to our shared experience and progress. Displaying the exhibition in Inglewood is extremely important to us because it invites the community to connect with their own stories of strength, brilliance and beauty,” said the Kinsey family. 

A key component of the Kinsey Collection exhibition has been its dynamic community engagement initiative, working with Inglewood and Los Angeles area schools, as well as local non-profit organizations. The various educational programs include field trips, school visits, art education, teacher workshops, guest lectures and more. Since opening in February, the exhibit has welcomed nearly 4,000 students and over 12,000 guests connecting the South Los Angeles community through educational programs and workshops. 

“Inglewood has a rich cultural history and once again it is fast becoming one of the most influential communities in America. We are honored to support making the Kinsey Collection accessible to the surrounding communities of this iconic location. It’s vital that we tell the stories represented in this wonderful collection and support our community’s education efforts by connecting our country’s history with its future,” said, Rick Barragan, managing director and market director for Los Angeles, J.P. Morgan Private Bank.

The collection benefits the new Hollywood Park Foundation, a nonprofit organization that launched at the opening of the Kinsey African American Art and History Collection in February. The foundation develops and supports youth programs focused on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) education, and health and wellness. The Hollywood Park Foundation assists local youth with education resources, healthy eating information, safe spaces for physical play, as well as other education, and health and wellness initiatives geared towards supporting youth.

“We welcome JPMorgan Chase as the presenting partner of the award-winning Kinsey African American Art and History Collection at SoFi Stadium. With their generous support of the Kroenke Family Foundation and the Hollywood Park Foundation, we can extend this important exhibition with an enhanced experience from Residency Art Gallery to present Continuum and celebrate African American achievement,” said Jason Gannon, managing director, SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park. 

The Kinsey Collection is a temporary installation featured alongside Hollywood Park’s art program. The Hollywood Park art program provides cultural enrichment and connectivity for the local community through various works and methods of art. Already on display in Hollywood Park’s retail space, the largest urban mixed-use mega development under construction in the Western United States, are murals by three distinctive Los Angeles-based artists – Calida Rawles, Geoff McFetridge, and Eve Fowler, with more to be announced soon.  The program also stretches across SoFi Stadium and YouTube Theater and includes works by Ned Kahn, Sandeep Mukherjee, and Bhavna Mehta. Forthcoming in the retail area are two bronze sculptures by Alison Saar, and a second Inglewood location for Residency Art Gallery, scheduled to open in early 2023.

As a part of this extension, visitors will be able to tour the Kinsey Collection inside SoFi Stadium, plus experience the entire stadium, including field and team locker room access, excluding event days. For more information visit SofiStadium.com/Kinsey


About the Kinsey African American Art and History Collection & Foundation

The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection and Foundation is one of the preeminent institutions dedicated to the research, interpretation, and presentation of the African American experience internationally. As a sought-after educational resource with nationwide institutional partnerships, kindergarten through college, the Kinsey Foundation assists academic and cultural institutions with increasing public awareness about African American history and culture. The foundation’s work is executed via The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection, public programs, educational curriculums, teacher training workshops, and a partnership with Google Arts & Culture. The Kinsey AAA&H Collection is a traveling exhibition that has been cited in 3 National awards and experienced by over fifteen million people around the world. The collection is composed of rare primary source historical objects and artifacts dating from 1595 to present day, and fine art created by canonical African Americans artists from 1865 forward.

About The Kroenke Family Foundation

The Kroenke Family Foundation is a nonprofit organization established by E. Stanley Kroenke, Ann Walton Kroenke, Whitney Kroenke Silverstein, and Josh W. Kroenke. The Kroenke Family Foundation promotes a vision of philanthropy and positive change by funding programs and services that benefit education, art, animal welfare, the environment, and other societal needs that reflect the family’s charitable interests.

About Hollywood Park Foundation

Hollywood Park Foundation is a nonprofit organization that develops and supports youth programs focused on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) education, and health and wellness. The Hollywood Park Foundation assists youth locally with education resources, healthy eating information, safe spaces for physical play, as well as other education, and health and wellness initiatives geared towards supporting youth.

About JPMorgan Chase & Co.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading financial services firm based in the United States of America (“U.S.”), with operations worldwide. JPMorgan Chase had $3.8 trillion in assets and $286.1 billion in stockholders’ equity as of June 30, 2022. The Firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small businesses, commercial banking, financial transaction processing and asset management. Under the J.P. Morgan and Chase brands, the Firm serves millions of customers in the U.S., and many of the world’s most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients globally. Information about JPMorgan Chase & Co. is available at www.jpmorganchase.com.

About Residency Art Gallery 

Founded in 2016, Residency Art Gallery is one of very few Black-owned commercial art galleries dedicated to serving LA’s communities of color by showcasing exhibitions and projects from contemporary artists of color that continue to make projects for their own communities. The artists exhibited at Residency tell multifaceted stories that speak directly to history, identity, and resilience. In addition to exhibitions, Residency fosters dialogue between artists, activists, and the community by regularly hosting discussions in the gallery space. Artists exhibited include Devon Reynolds (Vaguely Political, 2020), Devon Tsuno (Shikata ga nai, 2020), Yvette Mayorga (Felix Art Fair 2021), Patrick Martinez (1992 LA Rebellion Retrospective, 2017), Yasmine Diaz (New Contemporaries 2, 2021), Alfonso Gonzales Jr (Felix Art Fair 2020) and Lauren Halsey (1992: LA Rebellion Retrospective, 2017). Residency currently represents Devon Tsuno, Larry Li, Texas Isaiah, and Mario Joyce. Residency Art Gallery was founded to be a safe space for all genders, ethnicities, and cultural identities.

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WrestleMania® Tickets On Sale Friday, August 12

Priority Passes Available Next Friday, July 22 Through On Location

INGLEWOOD, CA., July 14, 2022 – WWE® (NYSE: WWE) today announced that tickets to WrestleMania will go on sale Friday, August 12 at 10 am PT. WrestleMania will take place over the course of two nights on Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 2 live from SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.

Single and two-day combo tickets for WrestleMania can be purchased through Ticketmaster.com.  Fans interested in an exclusive WrestleMania presale opportunity can register now at https://www.sofistadium.com/more-info/.

In addition, WrestleMania Priority Passes will be available next Friday, July 22 at 12 Noon ET through exclusive partner On Location at https://onlocationexp.com/wwe/wrestlemania-tickets or by calling 1-855-346-7388, giving fans an opportunity to purchase ticket packages before they go on sale to the general public. WrestleMania Priority Passes provide fans with unrivaled access to WWE like never before through immersive VIP experiences that include premier seating, a dedicated stadium entrance, premium hospitality offerings and meet-and-greets with WWE Superstars and Legends.

Over the past 12 years, WrestleMania has generated more than $1 billion in cumulative economic impact for the cities that have hosted the event.  Additional information on WrestleMania Week events will be forthcoming.

WrestleMania will stream live exclusively on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else.

About WWE

WWE, a publicly traded company (NYSE: WWE), is an integrated media organization and recognized leader in global entertainment. The Company consists of a portfolio of businesses that create and deliver original content 52 weeks a year to a global audience. WWE is committed to family-friendly entertainment on its television programming, premium live event, digital media and publishing platforms. WWE’s TV-PG programming can be seen in more than 1 billion homes worldwide in 30 languages through world-class distribution partners including NBCUniversal, FOX Sports, BT Sport, Sony India and Rogers. The award-winning WWE Network includes all premium live events, scheduled programming and a massive video-on-demand library and is currently available in more than 180 countries. In the United States, NBCUniversal’s streaming service, Peacock, is the exclusive home to WWE Network.

Additional information on WWE can be found at wwe.com and corporate.wwe.com.

About SoFi Stadium

SoFi Stadium, the home of the reigning Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, is located at Hollywood Park, a near 300-acre sports and entertainment destination being developed by Los Angeles Rams Owner/Chairman E. Stanley Kroenke in Inglewood, Calif. The 3.1 million square-foot SoFi Stadium is the largest stadium in the NFL, as well as the first indoor-outdoor stadium. It seats approximately 70,000, expandable up to 100,000, with more than 260 luxury suites and more than 13,000 premium seats. SoFi Stadium was host to Super Bowl LVI and will host the College Football National Championship Game in 2023, and the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Olympic Games in 2028. Adjacent to the stadium and sitting under the same roof canopy is the 2.5-acre American Airlines Plaza and the 6,000-seat YouTube Theater. For more information about SoFi Stadium, visit www.SoFiStadium.com or @SoFiStadium on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

About the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission:
The Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission (LASEC) is a non-profit organization officially designated to attract, secure and support high-profile sports and entertainment events in Los Angeles. We connect local businesses and communities with events to create lasting economic, cultural, and social impact for the region. For more information, visit: LASEC.net.

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