Photo Recap of Street Art Fair at Siren Studios in Los Angeles
Artists featured include Alec Monopoly, Dytch 66, Risk, Odlaw, Greg Auerbach, Clinton Bopp, Annie Preece, MONCHO 192, Teachr, Plastic Jesus, Mr. Brainwash, BournRich, Fishe, Flore, Big Sleeps, Cartwheel Art, Carlos Marques, Fraser Crowlet, Knowledge Bennett, John Westbay, Scott Marsi, Phobik, Planet Winter/Christian, Rolland Berry, Teachr1, PAY 2 PLAY, Desire... Read more
Odlaw debuting new works for "Where’s Odlaw" solo show at Lab Art Los Angeles
This week I got to kick it and watch as my friend and Los Angeles based artist “Odlaw” prepared for his upcoming solo show “Where’s Odlaw” tonight (Sept 17th) at Lab Art Los Angeles. The excitement on Odlaw’s face was priceless, as his artistic dreams of showing in a... Read more
MDMN "PARA" solo exhibit at Gallery 38 (Photos)
An Arizona transplant with an educational background in animation and graphic design, MDMN has gone from gritty posters on the streets to doing exceptionally clean acrylic and aerosol work in a matter of just a few years. Inspired by a 90’s childhood filled with bright action figures, creepy extra-terrestrial... Read more
Sneakers. Fashion. Style., Fashion Figure Inc. at Jason Markk
Ok, so let me get into the story on this one. I was relaxing at the gallery (Gallery 38) preparing to hit a few exhibits on Saturday night as there were a whole bunch going on in LA that night. I think in one hour I may have hit... Read more
Manifest Justice provoking thought in Los Angeles (Photos)
The Manifest Justice exhibit opened on May 1st in the Baldwin Hills section of Los Angeles. Over 150 artists exhibited powerful pieces in relation to social justice in America. The creativity in the exhibit was overwhelming. With paintings, sculptures and installations, viewers became encompassed in the everyday reality of... Read more
“Channel 7” A Composition in A Major by Norm Maxwell
The exhibition entitled “Channel 7 (GBDF)” is a series of visual musical compositions where the 7th Channel denotes the G chord in the musical scale. The number seven is a mystic and spiritual number that is synonymous with creation. In this series Maxwell ponders the subject of creation, involution... Read more
American Survey: Part One at Papillion Art (Photos)
Last night in Leimert Park, Papillion Art hosted American Survey: Part One, a 3 part curatorial idea, promoting pushing the consciousness of a country forward. This exhibit included a mural, works in mixed media as well as sculpture by emerging artists. What is the consciousness of a country? How... Read more
“Flash Tag” presented by The California African American Museum
The California African-American Art Museum opened up its doors to the public to see the live mural painting by some of the OG’s in African-American art for their “Flash Tag” Exhibit showing March 26 – August 2, 2015. I was invited by amazing artist Norm Maxwell to be a... Read more
#WhatWeDoIsSecret at Stone Malone Gallery (Los Angeles)
#WhatWeDoIsSecret, a show curated by Lucas Raynaud, a dope street artist in Los Angeles, at Stone Malone Gallery consisted of some of the city’s dopest street artists adding their talents to wooden spray can canvases constructed by Lucas himself. This was one of the most creative and... Read more
"Born Again" by Kenny Scharf at Honor Fraser Gallery
Kenny Scharf opened up the weekend with his “Born Again” show at Honor Fraser Gallery to a large and excited crowd. Kenny provided the crowd with a lot of visual stimulation with an abundance of artwork on the walls. I also got chance to kick it with Kenny at... Read more
Pascal Guetta at Bruce Lurie Gallery
We got a chance to stop into Bruce Lurie Gallery on Saturday (Feb 28th), a crazy night on La Cieniga Blvd in Los Angeles to check out the work of Pascal Guetta. Pascal creates works from everyday life photos and still iconic imagery. His eclectic style simulates crumbled newspaper... Read more
Lakwena MacIver “I Remember Paradise” at Papillion Art
There is something really special about Papillion Art. Tucked away on a block that’s hidden in Leimert Park is this “paradise” in a neighborhood that usually doesn’t get those accolades. It’s only fitting that they would host an exhibit by an artist who work helps to emphasize that feeling.... Read more
Art Los Angeles Contemporary Art Fair – Santa Monica, CA
The Art Los Angeles Contemporary Art Fair (ALAC) opened its hangar this past Thursday (January 29th) to welcome some of the world’s best contemporary artists and galleries for their annual gathering of arts appreciation and collecting. Upon researching the fair for coverage that we wanted to provide to our... Read more
The Chief Keef Art Show at The Seventh Letter
This past weekend I got the chance to stop into The Seventh Letter flagship store on Fairfax Ave in Los Angeles and check out the Chief Keef art exhibit they had on display before it’s over. There were a few pieces that were creative, a few that were funny,... Read more
The Best and Brightest of the 2015 Los Angeles Art Show
The 2015 LA Art Show was, to say the least, overwhelming. There was so much to take in that I actually needed four of the five event days just to make sure I seen everything in the show. And of course, I didn’t. I did however see some of... Read more
#LookWhatArtFound – Ai Weiwei’s @Large Exhibit at Alcatraz
The Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is internationally renowned for work that defies the distinction between art and activism. In this exhibition of new works created specifically for Alcatraz, Ai responds to the island’s layered legacy as a 19th-century military fortress, a notorious federal penitentiary, a site of Native American... Read more