LA has a reputation as a city that is a paradise for street art.
But the art scene there is facing a crisis.
In the past few years, the city has been hit by an explosion of street art in the area around the famed La Salle, a famous Mexican street.
There is a huge underground art scene in the city, but the city’s street artists are under constant threat.
Now, the art community is being forced to face the truth: La Saline is a dangerous place.
The city’s chief curator of art and urban design, Maria Cisneros, said that the number of street artists in the neighborhood has skyrocketed in recent years.
In a recent interview with The Hindu, Cisneras said that her community is facing an epidemic of street artist attacks.
“In the last two years, I’ve had two or three attacks, so I think we’re seeing more and more attacks,” she said.
“We’ve seen attacks from the street artists who have been doing their work for years and years and are still there.”
The threats are coming from all over the city.
At the height of the La Salles’ art boom, there were as many as 200 people living in a single-family house.
But now, the population has shrunk to between 30 and 50 people.
Cisneros told The Hindu that the threat is being driven by the city government.
“There are a lot of different reasons why they do this,” she explained.
“The main one is because the government can’t regulate the market.
They can’t even regulate the streets themselves.”
The problem is not limited to La Salines’ most famous district.
Many artists are trying to make a living by working in other areas of the city or even in their own backyard.
Many of the people living there are trying out new techniques and taking up new genres of street painting.
This means that the city is facing another wave of urban decline.