Hard to believe, but on September 12th, the tenth annual BLAB Show will open at Copro Gallery in Los Angeles. This year’s exhibition will feature work from Ryan Heshka, Natalia Fabia, Femke Hiemstra (seen above), Travis Louie, SHAG, Jana Brike, Lola Gil, Matt Dangler, Olivia, John Brophy, Andy Kehoe, Marc Burckhardt, Joanne Nam, Dan May, Shaun Berke, Chet Zar, Travis Lampe, Owen Smith, Cathie Bleck, Chris Peters, Brendan Danielsson, Chris Buzelli, Tim O’Brien, Tin, Jessica Joslin, Jared Joslin, Greg Clarke, Craig Larotonda, Yoko D’Holbachie, Matthew Schommer, Chris […]
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Another year, and it’s time again for another Blab Show at Copro Gallery in Los Angeles, the ninth in a series of exhibitions. It’s again curated by Monte Beauchamp, who is known for his anthology of art, illustration, articles, profiles, found graphics, cartoons and sequential art – Blab World. This year, participants include Joe Coleman, Mark Ryden, Lola Gil, Cathie Black, Joe Sorren (seen above), Peter Ferguson, Seamus Conley, Tara McPherson, Jana Brike, Erik Mark Sandberg, Chet Zar, Travis Lampe, Bill Mayer, Owen Smith, Marc Burckhardt, […]
Earlier this month, alongside Laurie Lipton, another solo entitled Internal Clock was put on display from painter Tin (interviewed) This second showing with the New York gallery featured his world of human and animal subjects whose bodies have been intermingled with machinery creating bionic hybrids, although it looks as though half of the paintings don’t touch on this theme. While maintaining the sensual pin-up influence from his first career as a pinup artist, Tin continues to further explore his imagination with these newest pastel renderings. […]
Tonight, besides Ewelina and Genevive Zacconi’s joint show (previewed), the Copro Gallery will also be hosting a group exhibition entitled Genesis to Revelation. Artists were asked to re-interpret the religious symbology and icons from thousands of years ago about creation and the apocalypse in their own special way. Included in the exhibition are Chris Mars, Naoto Hattori, Stephanie Henderson, Tin, Leslie Ditto, Chrystal Chan, Dave MacDowell, Charles Wish, Vincent Cacciotti, Brian Smith and many more. Take a look the interesting direction Luke Chueh decided to take his piece (above) with […]
This Saturday, December 18th, the traveling Playboy Redux II exhibition makes its stop in Los Angeles at Copro Gallery. In addition to some already exhibited work seen at earlier stops like the Warhol Museum (covered), a whole new group of artists have been asked to reinterpret the iconic bunny including Luke Chueh (seen above) who has an interesting take on the “money shot” for his long-suffering bear. More preview images after the jump…
Opening tonight at the Copro Gallery will be “Rochambeau”, the new solo show from Tin (interviewed). He’ll be bringing a new body of work to the Santa Monica with a mix of beautiful women, guns, and stuffed animals, all painted in color pastels in his signature steam punk style. Discuss this show here. Discuss Tin here.
AM met up recently with Roland Tamayo (interviewed) at the opening of “Whispers,” a four person group show at Gallery 1988 in SF. He graciously showed us his new body of work with his signature marine life hybrids, this time painted on a white background. Take a look at all the pics after the jump, including work from Tin (interviewed), Kendra Binney, and May Ann Licudine
Opening alongside the “Monster?” group show a couple weeks ago, Tin (interviewed) filled the other room at Copro Gallery with a new body of work. In this show, he explored his now familiar vision of a world of bionic women and their animal counterparts. With several more solos scheduled in the next year at Roq La Rue, Gallery 1988 SF, and Copro again, we look forward to seeing what Tin has planned to take his work to the next level. Take a look at all […]
We thought we would do a little preview of Tin’s (interviewed) upcoming show “Beautiful Imperfections” at Copro Gallery.Â If you are looking forward to some robotic animal and limb goodness like we are, make sure you are there for the July 11th opening.Â More images after the jump…
Another great group show is opening this Friday, May 8th in Seattle at Roq La Rue gallery.Â The show entitled “Lush Life” mixes pieces from some familiar “old-school” artists with some promising new faces.Â We preview some of the paintings after the jump, including pieces from Joe Sorren (seen above), Chris Berens, Mia Araujo, Martin Wittfooth, Kukula, Tin and Glenn Barr.