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Greg Escalante, noted gallerist, Lowbrow champion and a founder of Juxtapoz magazine, dies at 62

The noted patron of the Lowbrow movement, who also co-founded its bible, Juxtapoz, died in Huntington Beach.
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Greg Escalante, co-founder of Juxtapoz magazine, RIP

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Greg Escalante, a pioneer in the lowbrow and pop surrealist art scene, respected gallerist, and co-founder of Juxtapoz magazine, has died. He was 62. From the OC Weekly: A native of Los Alamitos and bond trader by profession, Escala...

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