RETNA | “Articulate & Harmonic Symphonies of the Soul” at Hoerle-Guggenheim

March 04 2015 . 01:58am

Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery
527 W 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011

Photo credit: @arrestedmotion_sal

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February 27 2015 . 09:04pm


Opening reception: Thursday March 5, 2015 | 7-10p

Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue
LosAngeles, CA 90036

Al-Baseer Holly is an LA based artist, rapper and poet from Philadelphia who has done art his entire life.  He has spent the last few years honing his craft in preparation for his first exhibit.  He has a background in music and has worked with such artists as Pharrell Williams, EVE and Marsha Ambrosia.  Holly’s love of cartoons has turned into his medium for art and has chosen one of the most popular parts of the female body, the derriere, to express his works.  Holly says “ I just want to be known for drawing eyes to two things I love deeply which is art and the confidence and mystery that exudes from a women’s most coveted possession.” He paints anything from Hermes Birkin bags to cardboard boxes and is taking us on a ride with his complex and unique childhood.  Visit @theallseeing to enjoy.

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New release from SABER | “CITY OF ANGELZ ECHOPARK” Limited Edition Giclee Print

February 27 2015 . 01:45am



Edition Size: 20 Giclee / Signed & Numbered
Dimensions: 20″ W x 26″ H Print Size, Image size 16″ W x 20″ H with 2″ White Border
Materials: Epson Fine Art Cold Press Bright
Acid free, 100% cotton rag media with a bright textured finish. Epson UltraChrome HDR Pigment Inks
Each print comes with a signed COA

Available at

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“OSGEMEOS” | A short film by Ben Mor

February 26 2015 . 08:45pm

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Jim Evans 1984-1989 opening at Gallery 446, Palms Springs

February 25 2015 . 10:57pm


“The 1980’s was a giant pop culture party that finally exploded, and was replaced by alternative revisionism. But until that happened, there was an explosive vibrancy in music and the arts, one that destroyed all previous notions of color and design rules. Parties became the palette, and the cult of narcissism became the prevailing style. Two artists, Jim Evans and Richard Duardo got sucked into this vortex, and turned their studio into a non-stop party, while creating manifestos for the over stimulated. For a short period, these pop portraits became a reflection of the time, colorful, dense with information, and hungry for focus.”

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