This past Saturday, Copro Nason also opened “Like Giving a Kid a Loaded Gun,” the solo debut by Matthew Bone. A local of Los Angeles, Bone is a figurative artist who paints dark images filled with strong visual impact that are an allegory of the morbidity present in the world today and the consequences of the revelation of these conditions. While his work may be too edgy for some to stomach, AM welcomes the change in imagery and strong juxtaposition Bone brings to the “safe” […]
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On a night packed full of openings – artists, gallery patrons, and AM converged on Santa Monica’s Bergamot Station for Copro Nason’s latest group show, “Good Samaritan’s.” The show features pieces from over 40 artists and includes AM favorites such as: Brian M. Viveros, Chet Zar, Chris Peters, Dan May, Dan Quintana, Eric Fortune, Jeff Gillette, Kukula, Lola, Luke Chueh, Mari Inukai, Martin Wittfooth, Naoto Hattori, Tin, Ver Mar, and many more. Aptly titled, a portion of the proceeds from the show will be donated […]
On a chilly night in Los Angeles, The Date Farmers and DJ Alf Alpha kept things muy caliente at New Image Art with their latest body of work, “Tell Them Willy Boy Was Here,” in the main space and, “The Cat House,” in the gallery’s project room. Working with a mixture of found materials, from Cracker Jack boxes, flattened coffee cans, to discarded signs, these items present a beautifully raw and unrefined canvas for The Date Farmers’ special touch of paint and mixed media objects. […]
The Date Farmers return to the gallery where it all started to introduce their latest body of work, “Tell Them Willy Boy Was Here,” which opens tonight at New Image Art from 7-10 pm. The show continues The Date Farmers’ tradition of producing work influenced by their Mexican-American heritage with a mix of California pop culture. DJ Alf Alpha will be rocking the house on the ones and twos. It’s sure to be a party and AM will be on hand to bring you all […]
AM kicked off a weekend loaded with great shows by attending the opening of Mostly Memory at Thinkspace (previewed here and here) featuring the work of street artists Armsrock and Elbow-Toe. Gallery patrons were abuzz over the depth, significance, and aura of insight found within the series of works presented by both artists. Check out all of the photos from the opening and the pieces from all the artists after the jump.
Last night, AM stopped by Thinkspace to check out the setup for Mostly Memory (previewed) featuring Armsrock and Elbow-Toe, opening this Friday, December 12th @ 7pm. As we left the gallery, we noticed that Elbow-Toe had already made sure Los Angeles knew he was in town by “getting up” with a couple of wheatpastes. Check out these photos and the rest of the setup after the jump.