Tuesday, September 28, 2010
|La Luz de Jesus Gallery|
4633 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
|Mark your calendars! This opening will include Karen|
Hsiao and the debut shows of Matt Wood, and Christine
Karen Hsiao's "Between the Surfaces" features uniquely
altered photographs that show off her skill is a
photographer and a painter. She will also be celebrating
the release of her first book, Rubber Duck, with a book
signing from 7-8pm.
Matt Wood shows "a series of paintings with acrylics on
Mylar exploring society's pursuit of the criminal and the
affects of incarceration on a human scale." Come see his
amazing work in person!
Christine Wu will be showing her absolutely newest body
of work. "Romancing the Looky-Loos" presents a dark look
at the childhood game of cowboys and indians.
Come check out the show and feel free to browse the pre
sale images that are available online
Saturday, September 25, 2010
c-print edition of 10
framed 20.5" x 20.5"
10.02.10 - 10.31.10
located at 424 Broadway in Soho NYC.
Blood, Sweat, and Fears will feature the works of artists from around the world who are willing to expose their inner most fears and stigmas for all to see.
This exhibition opens October 2nd 2010 @ 7pm.
Click on the artists name to visit their personal website.
Jordu Schell - California, USA
Natalie Shau - Lithuania
Vincent Castiglia - NYC, USA
Nick Kushner - NYC, USA
Miso - Los Angeles, USA
Karen Hsiao - Los Angeles, USA
Ego - Seattle, USA
Tom Haubrick - Los Angeles, USA
Doug Gordon - Seattle, USA
Jon Macnair - Michigan, USA
Jason Hernandez - California, USA
Jacob Mantia - California, USA
Shey - NYC, USA
Nathaniel Shannon - NYC, USA
Victor Kensinger - NYC, USA
Adrian Dominic - Los Angeles, USA
Damian Fulton - Los Angeles, USA
Patrick "Star27" Deignan - Florida, USA
Hanna Chung NYC, USA
Joshua Hoffine KANSAS CITY, Missouri USA
Angie Mason New Jersey, USA
Monday, September 20, 2010
There is a mistake, the model on the left, painted purple is NOT Ellaysa Thompson, it's Sash. Bizarre gave me the wrong page number from my book, therefore I gave the wrong name. Sorry Sash... and to the right is the beautiful Mosh!