Man One’s first solo exhibition in almost 5 years | Graffiti Spirits

September 28 2009 . 01:51pm

Crewest Gallery opens a new exhibition this Saturday "Graffiti Spirits" an embracing solo show and retrospective by re-known graffiti artist Man One.
This marks Man One’s first solo exhibition in almost 5 years. The month long retrospective highlights this prolific artist’s career and makes available many important works rarely exhibited before.

" Bold, colorful art strokes. …A leading urban muralist/artist enhancing the definition of art today is Los Angeles native Man One."

Opening Reception: Saturday, October 3rd, 2009 from 6-10pm

110 Winston St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
ph | 213-627-8272

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Belmont Tunnel Closing Reception Featuring Slides by Steve Grody

June 26 2009 . 09:23pm

Saturday, June 27th – 6pm to 9pm

For the closing reception of the Belmont Tunnel show and Crewest Gallery, Steve Grody will be hosting a Slide show of images drawn from his archive as well as others of the first Belmont generation. The show starts at 7:30 so don’t miss it!

For more info on Steve Grody, please visit his website at

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The Legendary Belmont Tunnel art show at Crewest Gallery

May 22 2009 . 04:17pm

“A tribute to the birthplace of Los Angeles Graffiti Art”
Opening Reception on June 6th, 2009 from 6pm to 9pm

Crewest Gallery is proud to announce their upcoming graffiti art exhibition The Legendary Belmont Tunnel, a curation by Carlos Marquez. With the influx of Hip Hop culture from the East Coast in the early 1980’s, the graffiti movement began to take shape in Los Angeles. Young graffiti artists began searching for their own voice and spaces to create. One space that became crucial to that development was the Belmont Tunnel. Due to its central location in Downtown LA and open layout surrounded with massive walls, it quickly became the city’s most popular urban canvas. Over the next 20+ years,
Belmont became a meeting place for hundreds of developing graffiti artists to hone their craft, settle their differences through graff battles, and pass on codes of ethics to the next generation. Although the tunnel no longer exists and has now been turned into The Belmont Station apartments, the impact it had on the development of Los Angeles graffiti art will not be forgotten.
This exhibition will feature paintings, prints and giclees by the following exhibiting Legendary LA Artists: Acme, Aloy, Antonio Pelayo, Axis, BaBa, Besk, Bumper, Cab, Cale, Charlie, Cre8, Dash, Danny D, Defer, Duster, Earnone, Elser, Eriberto Oriol, Fearo, Fever, Frame, Frank Martinez, Gabe, Genius, Ghostone, Gilone, Graf One, Grande, Hex, Hyde, Jero, Jiro, Kopy, Make, Mandoe, Man One, Mosh, Nuke, OG Abel, Omega, Pale, Panic, Relax, Relic, Retna, Rickone, Risky, Ruets, Saber, Sacred194, Shandu, Siner, Size, Skept, Skyone, Sleez, Swan, Teler, Volt, Vox, Vyal, Wisk, Zender…and others
Additional Events:
– Saturday June 13 from 7-10pm:
Fundraiser event for The TemptOne Foundation with music by Stirfry and the Hammerheads. $10 donation at the door with proceeds going to the TemptOne foundation.
– Saturday June 27 from 6-9pm:
Closing Reception featuring a slideshow presentation by famed L.A. photographer Steve Grody.

*Opening and Closing Receptions are free to the public.
The exhibit can be viewed throughout the month from June 6 – 28 during regular business hours.

Crewest Gallery
110 Winston St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013

ph | 626-458-2444
fax | 213-559-0525

For further info contact:
Luna George

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