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The City of West Hollywood's Arts Division presents a Women's History Month exhibition of

The Fearless Girl Statue 

 by Kristen Visbal

  Statue commissioned by SSGA, Replica of Original

Fearless Girl FINAL

The City of West Hollywood has a long tradition of celebrating March as Women's History Month. The original version of this statue was first installed on March 7, 2017 (the day before International Women's Day) facing the Charging Bull statue near Wall Street in New York City. This replica of the original is on loan to the City of West Hollywood by the artist and was installed on March 7, 2019, just in time for International Women's Day. The statue will remain on view for the duration of March 2019 at the West Hollywood Library during regular library hours.

West Hollywood Library, 625 N. San Vicente Blvd.

M-Th 11am-7pm

Fr-Sa 10am-6pm

Su 1-5pm

Closed on Monday, March 25 for Cesar Chavez Day

For more information on this exhibition please contact Mike Che, Arts Coordinator, at