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The seventh annual edition of the Altoids Curiously Strong Collection of contemporary art, featuring 22 new works by up-and-coming artists, is about to kick off the last leg of its 2005 national tour, at the Luckman Center Gallery in Los Angeles, Nov. 19-Dec. 17. See www.luckmanfineartscomplex.org for more info. Some of the works from the show are seen here, led by "La Boheme," a digital print by John Largaespada. In the PDF: 2) Amy Gartrell, "Pink (Treehouse)," ink on paper. 3) Amy Sarkisian, "Tattoo Collage: Hellish," collage on matte board. 4) Elissa Levy, "Soldiers Doily #1," felt. 5) Violet Hopkins, "Iguanas With Bird," ink on paper. 6) Yuken Teruya, "Notice-Forest (McDonald's Bag)," detail.