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Art Dec 13, 2011

This is Adam Turnbull’s Everyday Illustrations.

Adam James Turnbull wants us to be mindful of everyday objects. I started working on this series of illustrations just to observe my day a little differently. Most days are spent getting to the studio, drawing, and thinking about briefs… Read more
Art Jun 21, 2011

Preview | COOP at Corey Helford Gallery

Born in Bixby, Oklahoma, COOP is gearing up for his second solo showing in Culver City. As follow to his 2009 exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery, COOP’s “Idle Hands” shows a refinement of previous work and what the artist calls … Read more
Art May 23, 2011

Chris Booth at Metro Gallery

Opening today, new works from Chris Booth hang in Metro Gallery through June 11, 2011. A mixture of painting and sculpture, Booth’s works extend into visitors’ space like the pop-up illustration books of our childhood. Distancing… Read more
Art Jan 17, 2011

Double D’s The Great Shark Hunt

The Great Shark Hunt, a show of new work and classic prints by Double D’s, runs through February 2, 2011 at Los Angeles’ Hold Up Art. The team toys with popular culture high and low and rifts on sex and … Read more
Art Nov 25, 2009

Tate Videos | Pop Life

While Pop Life has had no shortage of coverage here and on other sites, the worthiness of Tate’s videos on the exhibition still stand almost two months into the run. Above is a overview of the exhibition with curator Alison … Read more
Art Sep 11, 2009

Pop Life: Art in a Material World

Andy Warhol once said, “Good business is good art.” The statement serves as starting point for Pop Life an exhibition opening on October 1, 2009, at the Tate Modern. Proposing the lasting legacy of pop art has found artists infiltrating… Read more
Art Aug 13, 2009

Juxtapoz September 2009

Juxtapoz gave a preview of their September 2009 cover today. On board is Japanese pop icon Nara. In the pages are interviews with Zevs, Van’s founder Steve Van Doren, and pop surrealist Todd Schorr. Look for the magazine on newsstands… Read more
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