Luke Chueh’s “From Light Cometh Darkness” (previewed) openedÂ last nightÂ at Corey Helford Gallery. Anticipating a big crowd, AM dropped by Corey Helford about an hour before the show opening to take pictures of Luke’s artwork. It is a good thing we did, as there were already Luke Chueh fans eagerly waiting outside of the gallery when we arrived. When the gallery doors finally opened at 7pm, Luke Chueh did not disappoint. There was a very positive vibe throughout the entire night and Luke’s work was well […]
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Ana Bagayan presented new work at Billy Shire this past Saturday, March 14th. AM met up with Ana during the first hour of the opening reception. She took us through and showed us her new pieces, which include 9 paintings, 10 drawings and a numbered edition print. When we saw Ana, she was holding a small stack of prints (pictured at the end of the photo gallery below). These prints turned out to be gifts that she would hand out to the first 30 people […]
“Natural Beauties” and “Superschool” (previewed) opened at Copro Gallery this past Saturday, March 7th. Upon entering Copro Gallery, you will see Lola’s solo show “Natural Beauties” on display in the room directly ahead. At the other wing of the gallery you will find “Superschool”, a group exhibition curated by Lola.Â The two shows are on display until March 28th. You can find more details on the artwork in “Natural Beauties” here and more details on the artwork in “Superschool” here.Â We captured some nice moments […]
“Transcenders” opened in Los Angeles at Gallery 1988 last night. The group show features work from Jason D’Aquino, Doktor A, Scott Scheidly, Jason Limon, and Michael Page. All of these artists are from out of town, but luckily, AM was able to meet up with Jason D’Aquino, Michael Page, and Jason Limon at last night’s opening. The growth in their work was a common theme that was brought up and we will let you see for yourselves just how much their work has changed within […]
After visiting Honor Fraser for KAWS’ solo show, AM headed over to Corey Helford for Natalia Fabia’s (interviewed) “Hooker DreamEscape” (previewed), where we were met again with yet another completely full house and line reaching down the block.Â Natalia was in attendance, and was busy the entire night happily chatting with all of her friends and fans. We are sure some of you may haveÂ opted to skip the opening and come back to see the art later on in the week rather than wait in […]
“Movers and Shakers” (previewed) opened on Valentine’s Day in Los Angeles’ Chinatown at POV Evolving Gallery and AM dropped by to check it out. Some of the participating artists who also dropped by included Buff Monster, Johnny “KMNDZ” Rodriguez, Mia, and Tessar Lo, among others. Check out photos of the opening after the jump!
Black Maria’s “Muses” (previewed) group show opened February 7th and AM popped by to check it out. Muses features new work by Tin (above), Kendra Binney, and Jeremiah Ketner. If you are local but missed the opening, you can still drop by Black Maria to view the work until February 28th. Check out photos of the opening after the jump!
Matt Dangler’s “Out from the Whirlwind” opens at M Modern on December 12th in Palm Springs.Â Since we last talked to Matt (where he shared an image with us explained the theme of the show) we know many of you have been itching to see more of the body of work.Â We managed to get a couple more images for you, but you will have to wait until the show to see all of the of the paintings (please contact M Modern Gallery to be […]
Mia was in attendance Tuesday night for “Illuminate,” (previewed/interviewed) her 3-Person show at Corey Helford. As nice as the paintings look online, Mia’s work definitely needs to be seen in person as pictures do not do the work justice. Fans of Mia’s work give proof to this as Mia has once again sold out a show. If you missed the show opening and are local, we encourage you to drop by the gallery, but please note that Illuminate only runs until December 6th. Mia will […]
Amy Sol’s “Smoke & Water” opens at Mondo Bizzarro Gallery on December 6th in Italy. With her show still being about 2 weeks away, fans of Amy Sol’s work are on the edge of their seats. Luckily, Amy has been keeping us in the loop through her blog. We know that many of you can’t get enough of Amy so we asked her some questions. Here is an excerpt from the interview where she talks a little about one of her pieces: “there is a […]